7 Days, 1 Unforgettable Vacation. Travel from Boston to Bar Harbor and experience Maine’s rocky shores, sandy beaches, and yes plenty of lobster.
If you’ve visited during autumn, you know there’s no shortage of things to be excited about from seasonal brews to sensational colors.
Summer is here, and so is the heat! Whether you’re visiting or a born and bred Mainer, the question isn’t if you’ll cool off, but where!
A daytrip around Portland and Peaks Island full of beaches, biking and beautiful coastal views.
How would YOU live like a local? Peek our Maine itineraries for a ideas on how you could spend a fun-filled day like no other in Greater Portland.
Whether you want to enjoy the beautiful scenery, or take part in adventurous activities, Maine is a great place to visit during the fall.
Those catching a view of Ram Island Ledge Light in Casco Bay know it by the 72-foot granite tower known as Ram Island Ledge.
Portland Breakwater Light, sometimes referred to a Bug Light Park Lighthouse, stands as a living history, shielding Portland Harbor since 1855.
Spring Point Ledge Lighthouse is a caisson-style lighthouse built in 1898, situated at the end of a 950-foot breakwater in South Portland, Maine.
Situated along the shores of Fort Williams Park in Cape Elizabeth, Portland Head Light sits at the entrance of the shipping channel into Casco Bay.
Willard Beach, a 4-acre sandy beach in South Portland, is a favorite among locals. Come to Willard to relax in the sand or take a leisurely swim.
Scarborough Beach offers some of the best swimming in New England with water temps in the high 60’s throughout July and August.
Pine Point Beach is a sandy beach on Saco Bay 4 miles from the jetty at Pine Point to Old Orchard Beach—relax on the beach, swim, or take a stroll.
On the pier, visitors can shop, eat, play games of skill, enjoy the nightlife, go dancing, watch fireworks, and listen to concerts.