Whether it’s the cobblestones, proximity to the water, or the crisp sea air, there’s something about Portland that makes it feel romantic.
Whether it’s talking about how amazing it is to live here, the phenomenal dining scene, or the natural beauty of Maine, there are plenty of reasons why Greater Portland is in the press. Keep reading to learn more!
It’s hard not to love the holiday season, but there’s some extra magic when you get to spend it in Maine. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that when it snows, you’ll feel like you’re living in a postcard.
Exchange the summer sun for snow and experience Portland in winter – the Mainer way.
We know winter is the perfect time to cozy up next to a burning fire with a warm drink, a tasty snack and a good book.
We don’t let snow slow us down. Greater Portland keeps world-class food and drink flowing and the arts and entertainment.
Maine’s snowmobile trail system includes over 14,000 miles of trails, including 3,500 miles of primary trail known as the Interconnected Trail System.
Skiing on a blanket of fresh snow is any Mainer’s idea of a perfect day. State parks and resorts welcome skiers, sledders, and snowboarders.
Freeport’s finest chefs and top food artisans prepare award winning tastes to showcase culinary skill and style. Plus, sip local beer, wine and spirits!
Concerts, parades, craft sales, visits from Santa, and a real Talking Christmas Tree – it’s part of a tradition that families love to visit every year.
Some call it the “quiet” season, other may call it the most underrated time view our scenic, coastal region.
What better time to play in Portland than when you can enjoy it like a local? Explore shops and restaurants, but skip the lines this Winter.