|Here at York Harbor Beach, low tide is spectacular and the view provides a straight shot to the Gulf of Maine.|
Just before The Piscataqua Bridge to New Hampshire is York, Maine. And it is always nice to have an excuse to go to York (the Yorks to be specific), especially off season.
The southern Maine coast is very different from Mid-Coast and Down East Maine. While points further north have a great many peninsulas, islands, inlets, protected harbors and are just rockier in general, southern Maine has far fewer outcroppings and has instead its dramatic sandy beaches.
Stonewall Kitchen Headquarters/Company Store/Production/Cooking School, and the famous Nubble Lighthouse. And of course, York Harbor is known for its grand (late) 19th century Shingle Style houses.
It is incredible that a lovely town like York can be only about 6 miles away from the cacophony of the Kittery Outlets including the Barbour and Orvis outlets, which fortunately are right next to each other.