Scarborough

Scarborough

With eight miles of coastline, two tidal rivers, and Maine’s largest salt marsh, nearly one-third of the 70-plus square miles that make up Scarborough is water. Seven miles south of the city of Portland, Scarborough’s wide, white sand beaches are some … Continue reading

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Homer by the Sea

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

Cape Elizabeth, Scarborough + SoPo

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.

The Oyster Lady

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

South Portland, Scarborough + Cape Elizabeth

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