Towns of the Delaware Shore and Area
Welcome to Sussex County and the Delaware Shore. Here you will find a brief description of our local towns. Whether you are searching for real estate in Rehoboth Beach, Lewes, Milton, Bethany Beach or any of our Sussex County towns, you will know which fits you best. Not only are we locals but strong community supporters. We look forward to answering all your questions about our area and serving all of your future real estate needs.
This town calls itself “The Nation’s Summer Capital” because of the number Mid-Atlantic tourists that vacation here. Rehoboth Beach offers tax free upscale shopping, gourmet restaurants and a mile-long boardwalk loaded with fun family activities.
Calm bay beaches or fun ocean waves, a rich nautical past, historic churches and homes dating back to the 1600’s, lighthouses, quaint main street with boutiques, craft shops and many great places to dine.
This town calls itself “Delaware’s Smallest Wonder” and is a classic example of life in a small historic town. There is an extensive Victorian home district, shops and dining in relatively rural area.
One of the “Quiet Resorts” this town is a perfect retreat for people who want a quieter, more natural beach experience. The town is in the center of the region’s ecotourism attractions with it’s proximity to Delaware Seashore State Park and is perfect for those who want to bike, bird watch, paddle or hike.
A small rural town that is essentially surrounded by water with Millsboro Pond, Ingrams Pond, Betts Pond and the Indian River. This charming town was established in 1792 and eventually incorporated in 1893.