Beaches are numerous along our coast, but deciding which one to go to isn’t always easy. This list is your cheat sheet.
A luxurious, dog-friendly hotel is home base for a weekend of exploring three neighboring seaside communities with two lively pups in tow. Continue reading
In the wet wash of sand just across the roadway from the Black Point Inn, I find bits of crab and Belon oyster shells, sea glass and seaweed, and then something that I haven’t seen before: a decent portion of a … Continue reading
The solitude of quiet summer waves, the crunch of volcanic rocks underfoot, or the music of a busy boardwalk—whatever you crave as the days grow warm and long, Maine’s beaches provide perfect weekend escapes. GOOSE ROCKS BEACH | KENNEBUNKPORT Three … Continue reading
Famous for incredible beaches and lighthouses, these postcard-worthy communities just south of Portland also offer exciting, high-quality culinary and shopping destinations.
Inn by the Sea in Cape Elizabeth is just a seven-and-a-half–mile trip from our offices here at 75 Market in downtown Portland. I am looking forward to this luxurious winter weekend getaway on the oceanfront.
Abigail Carroll grows Nonesuch Oysters and a new life for herself in Maine. Rivers and ocean collide at Pine Point in Scarborough, forming jigsaw-puzzle pieces of land that change shape with the tide. Seafood restaurants and houses rise up from the grassy … Continue reading
Photographs + stories by Maine magazine staff Friday 6:30 p.m. @ Pond Cove IGA On the way over to the hotel we stop at Pond Cove IGA to pick up a bottle of champagne. 7:00 p.m. @ Inn by … Continue reading
Choose a ball, step up to the line, gaze at the pins down the lane, and send the ball rolling. What you hear next—either the crashing of numerous pins against the wood floor or perhaps the clunk from a ball … Continue reading
September 13, 2014 | Broadturn Farm in Scarborough Photographs by Courtney Elizabeth When Nate was living in Brooklyn, New York, Nova was living in Portland with a roommate who happened to be Nate’s best friend. “Every time Nate came for … Continue reading