Start at the Nubble Lighthouse,
enjoy a lunch of Maine seafood at Fox’s Restaurant then
make a quick stop in the quaint downtown of York, ME.
Next to Ogunquit for a street stroll or walk the Marginal Way.
According to legend, Ogunquit (pronounced /o-gun-quit/) was named by the
Abenaki tribe, because the word means "beautiful place by the sea"
We all have different reasons for finding Ogunquit beautiful -
some love the salty-sweet scent of the beach roses or sea breezes
wafting along the Marginal Way walking path,
some enjoy playing tag with the lapping incoming tide
as the sand caresses their bare feet,
while others enjoy the nostalgic village feel of strolling among quaint buildings,
coves and pedestrian bridges throughout the town.
Then off to Kennebunkport for a visit where you can enjoy on your own a delicious lobster roll, watch the sunset over the harbor, or have coffee and snacks, shop great little boutiques, or watch the boats in the harbor.
It took George H.W. Bush to make Kennebunkport known to most of the country,
but New Englanders have enjoyed this quiet coastal Maine town for years.
In hot weather, beachers are a major draw, but Kennebunkport's many small
boutiques, art galleries and restaurants make a visit fun at any time of year.