Small-town charm isn't limited to the coasts. Midwest communities rival rom-com movie settings. Mackinac Island is a Great Lakes example.
Narrowsburg is a terrific place to spend the weekend due to its closeness to excellent hiking and the Upper Delaware River, which you can view from farm-to-table restaurants.
This historic northern California town has the only coastal botanical garden in the U.S. It has towering redwoods and glass-bottom beaches.
Winter sports fans! Breckenridge, Colorado, is a tiny ski town at the base of the Rocky Mountains.
Breckenridge's National Historic District, Victorian-style residences, stores, and eating are also popular. It's a romantic vacation with mining-town charm.
Amelia Island, Florida's best-kept secret, offers uncrowded beaches, candy-colored sunsets, farm-to-table food, and coastal charm. It's romantic heaven!
Jackson Hole is a small, energetic Western town. You'll be met by the town's renowned antler archway and lively main street.
Walkable boutiques, art galleries, stores, and restaurants abound. Plan to spend at least a day touring the city's major area.
National Geographic called Cannon Beach, Oregon, one of the 100 most beautiful locations. This tiny, picturesque village has sandy beaches, world-famous seafood, and local art.
Kennebunkport lies on the Kennebunk River and the ocean. This relaxed maritime community offers whale viewing, kayaking, fishing, and sailing.
Fairhope promises small-town romance. Fairhope is a charming town with pure Alabama flair. Its bay vistas, bike trails, delicious seafood, and southern charm attract travellers.
The two-square-mile town has fantastic restaurants, world-class art galleries, unique cultural attractions, gorgeous overlooks, adorable boutiques, and attractive bed & breakfasts.