Kittery, often pronounced (kit-TREE) by locals, is one of the most frequented and well-known places in Maine. Just over the Piscataqua River Bridge separating New Hampshire from Maine.

Kittery known for being the oldest and southernmost town is home to Whaleback Lighthouse. Whaleback Light is owned and operated by the town of Kittery, Maine. Sitting just offshore from Fort Foster, the light was positioned to protect the Portsmouth (New Hampshire) Harbor.

Picturesque Kittery Point is home to Fort McClary State Historic Site and, on Gerrish Island, the Fort Foster Park including Cutts Island, home to Seapoint Beach and the Brave Boat Harbor Division of the Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge.

The region as whole is noted for its many restaurants, attractions and shopping opportunities, which include historical Portsmouth, New Hampshire; the outlet malls in Kittery, Maine; as well as the miles of beaches in York Beach, Maine.

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