The settlement and harbour of Port Clyde is located in the central south coast area of the state of Maine. This is in the far north-east of the United States of America. There has been an important industrial harbour in this area for many decades now and today holidays in Port Clyde are particularly popular down to the fact that this part of the US offers you the chance to completely unwind and escape the ‘rat race’ of everyday life for a time. All self catering accommodation in Port Clyde is offered at a very high standard and comes complete with fully-equipped kitchens, TVs and everything else you can think of for that perfect break away.
There are plenty of activities to consider getting involved in during your holidays in Port Clyde. In fact, you could choose to do something different on every day you spend in this delightful area. For a start, as you are situated right beside the Maine coastline, you may choose to participate in activities such as swimming, sailing, fishing and pleasure boat cruising. There are some idyllic and scenic coastal walks to explore around the area, plus other pastimes such as fishing, cycling, tennis, nature walking and horse riding. Avid golfers will not be disappointed either, as there are courses within a short drive of Port Clyde.
Many people on their holidays in Port Clyde love to discover the history of this port and town and much of this can be best seen through the harbour which has been so important to the area over the past decades. One major tourist attraction to visit whilst in this neck of the woods is the Marshall Point Lighthouse (which marks the southernmost point in the area); this was made famous during the film Forest Gump, as this is the exact point Tom Hanks ran to. Other towns to consider visiting in the area include Augusta, Bangor, Rockland and Camden.
You should be prepared for a cool oceanic climate during your holidays in Port Clyde. This means that summers are generally warm in this part of New England, whilst winters are typically much colder and wetter. The best time of year in which to consider hiring self catering accommodation in Port Clyde is between late-May and early-September. At this time of the year, you can expect average temperatures to reach around the low-twenties degrees Celsius.
The easiest way to travel to your self catering accommodation in Port Clyde would be for you to firstly book a flight between London Heathrow (LHR) and Atlanta Airport (ATL), in Georgia. This can be done through airlines such as British Airways, American Airlines or United Airlines. Next, you would need to book a flight from Atlanta to Augusta Regional Airport (AGS), in Maine. Delta Airlines operates services on this route.