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The village of Ogunquit lies in the southeastern corner of York County in the southernmost part of the State of Maine. Derived from the Abenaki Indian name, it roughly translates to “beautiful place by the sea.” Settled by the English in the late 1620’s, it was primarily a fishing village in its early days. It would soon become known, however, as a popular artist colony and tourist location.
With its three mile stretch of beach, picturesque fishing harbor, quaint shops, and the famed Marginal Way walking trail along the cliffs, Ogunquit has something to offer everyone. It continues to be a vibrant seasonal resort town, attracting visitors from all over the world.