Maine is the most northeastern part of New England and has fascinated tourists for decades due to its magnificent stretches of rocky coastline, picturesque waterways and densely forested mainland. As this part of New England has ocean boundaries, it has also been made famous by its vast roster of seafood restaurants and cafes. By securing Maine holiday accommodation, you will be residing in a humid continental climate. This suggests that it could be mildly hot, however this is usually not the case. Maine enjoys quite cold and snowy winters, which are moderated a little when approaching the coastal areas.
Maine holiday rentals and natural attractions
If you are looking for Maine holiday homes, you and your family can enjoy plenty of scenic assets during your stay. If you a partial to the odd boat ride, why not visit Mount Desert Island, the largest of all the islands off Maine's coastline. Acadia National Park is located here as well as several other iconic pieces of scenery. You could also visit Casco Bay and Sunday River for more breathtaking views.
Other attractions available with Maine holiday homes
Visit the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, the Spring Point Ledge Light, Penobscot Marine Museum or Otter Cliffs Radio Station. There are several harbours located in Maine, each with their own landmarks to marvel at. The Portland Breakwater Light and Bass Water Head Light are especially popular with visitors.