New Hampshire Seacoast Region
Portsmouth, Hampton, Hampton Beach, Exeter, and the entire NH seacoast is a popular vacation destination – the busiest months are July and August when beachgoers flock to the sand and surf of the Atlantic Ocean. Although New Hampshire’s seacoast only borders 18.57 miles of the Atlantic Ocean, you won’t be disappointed. New Hampshire’s seacoast is actually much longer than the 18 miles that are directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Please share your NH Seacoast region reviews and comments. To feature your business in NHLiving.com – New Hampshire’s Internet Magazine, contact us.
When you include New Hampshire’s tidal rivers, the Great Bay estuary, and the Isles of Shoals, the state’s salt-water shoreline adds up to more than 238 miles! There is much to do in the New Hampshire seacoast region; you can take a ferry ride, which leaves daily from Portsmouth Harbor to the Isles of Shoals, a cluster of islands off the shore that harbors plant and animal life unique to these islands. You can visit the public beaches of Hampton and Rye. Visit the city of Dover which was New Hampshire’s first permanent settlement, or take a walking tour through Portsmouth to discover the history of this 375-year-old town. The New Hampshire Seacoast region is known as “The Restaurant Capital of New England” and offers a number of outstanding restaurants, unique country inns, quality hotels, wonderful attractions, and tax-free shopping at large malls and small shops.
Rockingham County NH (Southern & Central)
Towns – Atkinson, Auburn, Brentwood, Candia, Chester, Danville, Deerfield, Derry, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Greenland, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Kensington, Kingston, Londonderry, New Castle, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket, Newton, North Hampton, Northwood, Nottingham, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Rye, Salem, Sandown, Seabrook, South Hampton, Stratham, Windham
Strafford County NH (Northern)
County Seat: Dover
Largest City: Dover
New Hampshire Towns & Cities by Region