Vast in both geography and personality, Maine is more than just lobster. The coastline is dramatic and rugged, with inviting beaches – both rocky and sandy – and quiet harbors full of sailboats and fishing vessels. One might be driving through coastal villages one day, then drinking coffee in a hip café or sampling craft beer in a brewery in vibrant Portland the next. Acadia National Park, the only National Park in New England, is a favorite of leisure-minded weekend warriors and those who want to indulge adrenaline-fueled daydreams. Beyond the craggy coastline lie thick pine forests and rustic resorts, rivers brimming with rainbow trout and glassy lakes that extend for miles, dotted with tiny islands, some inhabited, others wild. Adorable inns, antique shops stocked with treasures and enticing lobster shacks make for the quintessential Maine visit – this is a place to slow down, to shrug off the stress and to savor the joys of a New England vacation.