South Bristol Rentals Are Maine at Its Best
The rugged coastline of South Bristol, Maine offers many opportunities to explore the ocean, historical parks and eat delicious seafood. Famous for their lobsters, Maine holds a Lobster Festival and the Fryeburg Fair each year. South Bristol rentals are located close to the water, great food and a State Historic Park. For something a little different, you can rent multi-level South Bristol condos.
History by the South Bristol Vacation Rentals
The English and French were the first explorers in Maine, although the Indians were the first inhabitants. The French established a colony in 1604. The English settlement is the site of the Colonial Pemquid Historic site and Fort William Henry. Staying at South Bristol vacation rentals will put you close to the site. Although the original fort was destroyed by the French, a reproduction has been erected on the foundation. Guests that love history may wish to stay at South Bristol condos near this historic site.
Watch Sea Life at South Bristol Condos
Look for whales from your own veranda at many South Bristol condos. After enjoying a beautiful sunrise you can cook your breakfast in the fully equipped kitchen available. Spread out in the living room for an evening of relaxation in your South Bristol rentals. Maine is the perfect place to explore nature. Boothbay Harbor is filled with opportunities for cruising in the Atlantic Ocean. Plan a day trip from the South Bristol vacation rentals to sail, deep sea fish or sightsee on a river cruise.
Island Hop from South Bristol Rentals
Spectacular scenery awaits visitors to Monhegan Island which is just a short drive from South Bristol rentals. The cliffs on the island are depicted in many of the local artists' work. Explore their studios, hike the rugged trails and walk through the wildlife sanctuary. Lobster boats unload the day’s catch at the harbor so you can take some back for dinner to your South Bristol vacation rentals. A family hike in the Cathedral Woods allows you to reach the 160-foot cliffs, while glimpsing deer.
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