Maine is truly a scenic wonder from the pristine wilderness forests that cover 80% of the state, to picturesque lighthouses and quaint fishing villages. But it’s the coast that is Maine’s biggest draw, and lots of people want to see it. From the magnificent rocky coastline of the north, to the long sandy beaches of the south, this is what most people come to see. A coast this rugged and beautiful tends to bring out the good side of anyone who loves the ocean. The state’s jagged shoreline encompasses high cliffs pounded by whitecaps, calm harbors surrounded by 200-year-old houses and densely forested islands. It’s a great place to hike, shop, sail, kayak or simply relax and observe.

If you’re looking for a great getaway, then head to Maine. You’ll find something special in each region. Embark on outdoor adventures like llama trekking, camping, skiing and snowmobiling. Go antiquing in charming villages. Relax on sandy beaches. Encounter amazing wildlife including whales, puffins and the mighty moose.

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