The US’s 16 Most Beautiful Coastal Towns

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Stonington, Maine

You’ll find Stonington at the tip of Deer Isle on Penobscot Bay. It’s located south of Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, just 86 miles away from Portland.

The small coastal fishing village is well known for its expansive lobster fleet of over 300 boats, which is the largest in the state.

It’s not a big tourist spot, and it’s off the beaten path, but that only adds to its Downeast charm. Believe us when we say that it would be a dream to stay at the Inn on the Harbor.

You’ll be watching the boats head out at sunrise, and you’ll dine on those delicious lobsters in the evening at Stonecutters Kitchen.

What are your thoughts on all of these breathtaking coastal towns? Have you explored any of them? Be sure to let us know in the comments section below!

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5 thoughts on “The US’s 16 Most Beautiful Coastal Towns”

  1. Sharon Drew Topp

    I grew up in Old Greenwich, CT with Tod’s Pt., now called Greenwich Pt. It’s about 64 acres of beautiful beaches, hiking trails, picnic areas & a lovely view of the New York City skyline. No place could be better.

  2. Visited 17 years in a row…July 4th week is great!….found a great inn 4 miles south of town…great seafood, shops. As a veteran loved the July 4th parade. Go back every year.

  3. I love Cape May and their lovely “Painted Ladies”. The Victorian homes are beautiful; so glad to see them preserved. The beach is wide and not as crowded as other NJ beaches. My favorite beach town. Enjoyed the most in off-season without crowds.

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