The Area

Southern Maine Seacoast

Sandy beaches, rocky coves, lighthouses, lobster dinners, antiques, art galleries, hiking and kayaking …just some of the reasons that the southern Maine coast attracts visitors from around the world. Seaglass Village is in the heart of Maine’s southern coastal region, minutes from the state’s best beaches and most popular resort towns. 

The historic coastal towns of Kittery, the Yorks, Wells, Ogunquit, Kennebunkport and Old Orchard Beach offer a wide variety of fine dining, boutiques, museums, and cultural events when you’ve had your fill of stunning scenery and outdoor recreation. 

Wells

Seaglass Village is located in Wells, ME, the more tranquil neighbor to bustling Ogunquit. While the area is laced with antique shops and restaurants, Wells is primarily known for its natural attractions. The town features seven miles of oceanfront and offers three sandy, public beaches. The Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge and Wells Reserve at Laudholm Farm are favorites with hikers and nature enthusiasts. 

Ogunquit

Seaglass Village is located less than 2.5 miles from downtown Ogunquit, one of Maine’s most popular resort towns. Ogunquit offers a beautiful, 3 ½ mile sandy beach, the famed Marginal Way walking trail overlooking the ocean, wonderful shopping and dining, and a vibrant arts community. Ogunquit is home to the Ogunquit Museum of American Art, recently called the “most beautiful little museum in the world.”

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