Falmouth is renowned for Falmouth Foreside, a beautiful seaside community and the largest anchorage in the State, Town Landing.
The town has a quiet, rural feel, but is also home to Cumberland Foreside, a coastal area adjacent to Falmouth Foreside sharing the legacy of fine homes and beautiful views of Casco Bay.
Yarmouth is a seaport town with a rich boatbuilding history and a charming village with small businesses focused on service and retail.
Cape Elizabeth marks the entrance to Casco Bay and extends 12 miles into the Gulf of Maine and is renowned for three spectacular oceanfront, recreational parks.
Portland is the State's largest city located on the coast in Southern Maine and has a busy commercial center, working wharfs, and is home to the reinvigorated "Old Port" district.
South Portland has a working waterfront and the second busiest oil port on the East Coast, yet retains its seaside charm with beautiful views overlooking Portland Harbor and the Casco Bay Islands.
Renowned for its picturesque estuaries, exceptional sandy beaches, and summer resort attractions, Scarborough has been named one of "America's Happiest Seaside Towns" by Coastal Living.
Freeport is famous for its outlet, boutique, and flagship stores, including L.L.Bean, and is distinguished as one of the Top 20 Greenest Areas in the Country.
North Yarmouth is located north of Cumberland, a short commute to Portland. The rural town has many conservation lands and working farms.
Some of Maine's most picturesque locations are found in the Lakes Region, including expansive forests, mountains, lakes, ponds, and rivers
Gorham is the southern gateway to the Lakes Region. The town is comprised predominantly of open spaces and rural areas, yet has a quaint New England village and growing industrial infrastructure.
The city of Westbrook has a large commercial area and many park, recreation, and sports facilities.