Three Reasons to Visit Delmarva This Summer
Although not well-known to the world, the Delmarva Peninsula encompasses all of Delaware, a good portion of Maryland, and the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Only accessible from the rest of the United States by two bridges, Delmarva is somewhat secluded, lending to a unique lifestyle that you have to experience to understand. For locals, life on "the shore" is marked by a slow pace, familiar faces, and uncrowded roads that make it easy to roam the area. If you want to experience Delmarva for yourself, these are the top three types of attractions you can enjoy during your visit.
Where to Eat Crabs and Fresh Seafood on Delmarva This Summer
Maryland Blue Crabs are the unofficial mascot of the Eastern Shore. Seasoned heavily with Old Bay and dipped in hot butter, there's no better summertime treat than a pile of steaming hot crabs. Shrimp, clams, and oysters are also popular favorites. Here on the Delmarva Peninsula, we've got plenty of places where you can sit down for a nice seafood feast. Here are five local favorites you should check out this summer.