Most Picturesque Coastal Towns In Maine


Camden, affectionately known as the “Jewel of the Coast,” is a quintessential example of Maine’s coastal charm. This picturesque town is nestled at the foot of the Camden Hills and borders the stunning Penobscot Bay, offering visitors a perfect blend of natural beauty and New England charm.


The harbor, with its classic New England feel, is home to a fleet of small boats and provides a picturesque backdrop for the town. It’s especially famous for its photogenic motif, “Andre the Seal Statue,” commemorating a beloved local seal who became a town icon.

Boothbay Harbor

Boothbay Harbor, nestled on the Maine coastline, earns its spot on this list for its quintessential New England charm and status as a boater’s paradise.


Equally impressive is the Marginal Way, a mile-long scenic coastal walk that offers spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean and rugged Maine coastline.


Stonington, located on the southern tip of Deer Isle in Maine, is a hidden gem among coastal towns, chosen for its unspoiled natural beauty and authentic fishing village charm.

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