Deer Isle and Stonington: Discover Downeast Maine

Downeast Maine has countless picturesque locations and coastal views. The retreating glaciers have left behind an archipelago of more than 60 islands. Deer Isle, the most easily accessible and largest among these magnificent islands, is connected to the mainland by an extraordinarily designed suspension bridge. Deer Isle’s breathtaking scenic beauty, spruce clad island, rocky shorelines, iridescent blue waters and a warm countryside view is ideal for those seeking a respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Deer Isle is authentic Maine, simple and unpretentious. It is a quaint and peaceful; in a way time stops here. Drive across the bridge and you will find yourself in a completely different world. Deer Isle and many smaller islands beyond the Penobscot bay promise a peaceful summer retreat in a luxurious beach rental of Maine. Further discovering the beautiful island, you’ll come across Deer Isle Village and Stonington.

Beach Rental Maine

Beach Rental Maine

The enthralling harbor in Stonington at the southern tip of Deer Isle has charmed many visitors and travelers. The sight so majestic keeps bringing back travelers to this part of Maine. Walking along the shore, you can see schooners touring the water, in fact zigzagging around the islands. A little further and you will find yourself in isolation of the spruce-lined shore and an ethereal view of the sparkling Atlantic Ocean and the group of islands dotting the horizon. The commercial life of Deer Isle is as refreshing as its natural beauty. Stroll across quaint shops, restaurants, galleries and inns that are aligned perfectly with the majestic shoreline of Deer Isle.

If your usual vacation leaves you more tired than when you started, you have to experience a week or two in Deer Isle. Downeast Maine Vacation Rentals Inc. offers some of the best island vacation rentals in Deer Isle, Stonington, Castine, Blue Hill and more.  So, start your vacation by reserving the best summer vacation rentals today!


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