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Lewes and Rehoboth, DE

Lewes was founded in 1631 and is situated where the Delaware Bay and Atlantic Ocean meet at Cape Henlopen. Nowhere can the beauty of Cape Henlopen State Park be equaled. In this preserved land you find miles of beautiful beaches, nature trails and bird sanctuaries.

Rehoboth Beach came of age in the era of Victorian influences, and has continued to evolve through the generations. Both Rehoboth's residential and commercial areas, despite their growth and maturation, have retained the warm and friendly charm and ambiance that reflect Rehoboth Beach's historic past. 

Why Lewes-Rehoboth Beach, DE?

Lewes and Rehoboth, the two main municipalities dominating a 28-mile long Delaware seashore, are only eight miles apart geographically.  Lewes prides itself on its historic preservation and colonial and maritime past. Visitors today peruse its antique stores and museums and sup on the catch of the day in dockside restaurants. Independence Day features an annual parade of boats festooned with red, white and blue décor that winds its way down the Lewes-Rehoboth Canal to Fisherman's Wharf.

Rehoboth is a one-square mile community located in the mid-Atlantic region and is the largest beach resort in the state of Delaware. Known as the “Nation’s Summer Capital,” Rehoboth city was historically branded as the getaway of choice for beach-goers from the Washington, D.C. area. Today, the beach town hosts visitors from all over the country - indeed, from around the globe - and Rehoboth Beach has become a year-round vacation destination.

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