Known for its sandy beaches and oceanside dining and resorts, Ogunquit provides visitors with a classic southern Maine coastal escape.
In the middle of winter, nothing beats a hot cup of coffee and fresh baked goods. With an array of talented bakers using local ingredients, Maine’s bakeries offer treats that will satisfy any craving.
With miles of sandy beaches, numerous oceanfront dining and lodging options, and no shortage of gift shops, Ogunquit is the quintessential Maine beachside resort town.
Whether it’s a tourist hotspot or frequently mostly by locals, these quintessential summer towns are a starting point for a weekend getaway.
On an unseasonably warm day on October, the streets are filled with visitors from near and far celebrating OgunquitFest. Paddle boarders float by dressed in costume, an antique car show is taking place nearby as well as a dog beach … Continue reading
A sophisticated and delicious experience awaits in Ogunquit.
Most of the shoreline of this small York County resort town is open to the public, including Marginal Way, a paved shoreline footpath spanning more than a mile of rocky coast and connecting Perkins Cove to Ogunquit Beach.
Jean Sotiropoulos and her family business, 60 years strong
Friday 7:48 p.m. @ M.C. Perkins Cove My traveling companion, Lisa, and I arrive later than anticipated for our dinner at M.C. Perkins Cove in Ogunquit. However, our work- week stress quickly subsides as we enter this waterfront oasis by … Continue reading
Maine has its fair share of delectable dishes, but what pairs flawlessly with briny raw-bar options and savory entrees? A beautiful setting -something else Maine has in spades. Here are some scenic destinations where window seats and tables on the … Continue reading