This town of one-of-a-kind shops and unusual galleries features fine dining ranging from Northwest seafood to Mediterranean cuisine. The Whidbey Island Center for the Arts is located here, as are the South Whidbey schools. Langley’s inns and B&Bs boast views of the waters of Saratoga Passage and Camano Island, accessible from the Langley Boat Harbor marina. Boardwalk beach communities located near Langley offer a unique island life style not found in other Whidbey Island towns. Langley residents enjoy the happening life at the center of the South Whidbey artistic community. West of downtown Langley is the Bayview area. Here at the crossroads of South Whidbey Island, roads lead out to Useless Bay beach front properties, the homes and lots at the Useless Bay Golf and Country Club, the farms of Maxwelton Valley, Cultus Bay and Scatchet Head to the sandy beaches of Sunlight Beach and Double Bluff, and Lone Lake. Bayview is also home to Bayview Corner and the influential Goosefoot Foundation and the South Whidbey Commons, a multi-service facility for island residents of all ages.