The Coast of Maine Vacation Rentals
 Maine acquired its nickname “vacationland” with many hotels and vacation rentals found all over the state due to its magnificently unique natural setting.  Its coast is spectacular with a mountainous backdrop and a woodsy interior where visitors with different persuasions will always find something interesting to do.  The Blackberry Cove Cottage is a prime example of a cozy cabin in Indian Point, Georgetown, Maine just a short walk away from the beach.
There are interesting shops in Kittery whilst there are dogsled races in Fort Kent that tourists will inadvertently run out of time before they can explore the possibilities of Maine's great diversity. To the south of Maine are beaches, resort communities, vacation rentals and cosmopolitan cities whilst to the north are farms, forests and natural attractions. 
One can go hiking in the White Mountains and come back in time for dinner in Portland.  One can also go shopping in the famous Freeport outlets, then go out whale watching later.  The Captains Quarters East Boothbay is the ideal Victorian house for these activities as it stands in Linekin Bay overlooking Cabbage Island. Maine boasts of the best skiing slopes as well as fine sailing waters.  It is best to plan your trip in advance and book vacation rentals that are most accessible for the activities and experience you prefer.
Visual and performing artists has been visiting Maine since the Victorian era and the legacy they left are evident in the chamber-music festivals held each summer.  Mother nature have also been generous to Maine by filling her with natural wonders, mountains, lakes, rivers, beaches but there are many other attractions like amusement parks, zoos, animal parks and water parks for the whole family.  No wonder tourism and vacation rentals remain a thriving business in the State of Maine.   

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