Hermione in Castine Harbor, 2015. Photo by Loi Thai.

Today, the beautiful town of Castine is one of New England’s oldest and most well preserved seaside villages—a quaint, coastal gem with a 400-year history and some of the finest elm trees in America. Famous for its unspoiled landscapes, Castine and the other nearby villages of the Blue Hill Peninsula offer loads of charm, a vibrant local culture, and an amazing coastline. There is an assortment of hotels, restaurants, and shops located within the town limits.  Click on the links below to complete your Castine experience.

Stay in Castine        Eat in Castine         Shop in Castine

If your travels take you out of Castine and you are looking for additional places to stay, eat, and shop, the Chambers of Commerce in surrounding areas are a great resource.  Please click on a name below to view that Chamber’s website.  We hope you enjoy your time exploring the Blue Hill Penninsula and beyond!

Blue Hill Chamber of Commerce (Castine, Blue Hill, Brooksville, Penobscot, Orland, Deer Isle, Stonington, Isle au Haut)

Bucksport Bay Area Chamber of Commerce (Castine, Bucksport, Verona Island, Orland)

Belfast Area Chamber of Commerce (Belfast, Northport, Searsport)

Penobscot Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce  (Camden, Great Spruce Head, Islesboro, Lincolnville, Matinicus Isle, North Haven, Owls Head, Rockland, Rockport, Saint George, South Thomaston, Vinalhaven)

Deer Isle-Stonington Chamber of Commerce (Deer Isle, Isle au Haut, Stonington)

Ellsworth Chamber of Commerce  (Ellsworth and the Acadia Region)