The most populous, most-visited part of
Maine demands at leasts part of the time
you spend in this wonderful state. Here
are the places to see and enjoy, starting
in the south and going northeast up the
The first town over the state line
from New Hampshire is known as a shoppers'
mecca, but there's more to Kittery than
outlet stores. More...
Colonial York Village, the 19th-century
beach resort of York Harbor,
York Beach, and Cape
Neddick make up
this varied town. More...
A long beach, a transportation center,
and a famous auto museum. More...
"Beautiful Place by the Sea" is
popular with New Yorkers and Bostonians,
with walks, beaches and
a famous playhouse. More...
A summer resort for President
George H W Bush, quaint, lovely Kennebunkport is
the centerpiece of this quintessential
Maine resort town. More...
Old Orchard Beach
Unabashed honky-tonk summer-beach
family atmosphere is popular with lots
of summer vacationers,
especially those from Québec,
for whom lots of signs are in French. More...
Maine's principal port and largest
city is great for dining, museums and cruises
in Casco Bay. More...
LL Bean, the famous wilderness
outfitters, put Freeport on the map. Shopping
in "factory outlet" stores both upscale
and downmarket is now Freeport's reason
for being. More...