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Drift into the picturesque port and absorb the relaxed atmosphere of this charming Whidbey Island town full of historic buildings and one-of-a-kind boutiques.

Wood-paneled buildings and green forests line the waterfront of Coupeville, one of the most pleasant ports on Whidbey Island. Dine in waterfront restaurants and amble around the picturesque town before traveling into the rural landscapes that surround it.

Explore Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve, where Coupeville is located, to better understand the town’s history. Dramatic coastal bluffs and farms over a century old cover this scenic corner of Whidbey Island.

Discover more of the town’s fascinating past at the Island County Historical Society Museum. Browse displays that include such items as the remains of woolly mammoths and the first car on the island, which arrived in 1902.

Get a free map from the museum and embark on a self-guided tour around the historic harbor. Over 50 of the buildings in the town are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Look for the skeleton of a whale, affectionately nicknamed Rosie. The pier of Coupeville Wharf leads to panoramic views of Penn Cove.

Pick up a personalized souvenir at the boutique shops in town. Find specialist stores and local crafts in unique buildings throughout the town. Famous chains are all but absent here, with independently run shops selling books, artwork and furniture occupying most of the retail spaces.

Coupeville’s waterfront location makes it a hub for whale watching and watersports. Kayak around the coastline and watch for orcas in the quiet waters. Although you are more likely to spot whales around Coupeville between March and May, it is possible to see these majestic creatures year-round during excursions to Anacortes.

Ferries ride into the Port of Coupeville every day from Port Townsend. Spend the 35-minute journey across the water taking photos of the coastal vistas. Drive to Coupeville from mainland Washington by crossing the bridge at Deception Pass.

Coupeville enjoys a mild climate throughout the year. Arrange your trip for August to coincide with the lively Coupeville Festival, which includes family activities, open-air entertainment and drinks in sun-drenched beer gardens.

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