Delaware's original claim to fame is its title as the "First State" — where the constitution was first ratified. But it's gone on from its colonial and industrial roots to become an under-radar beach haven (Rehoboth and Lewes have some of the region's most popular sands) and veritable shopping paradise (no sales tax). In recent years, breweries like Dogfish Head and a surprising wine trail have helped bring the cool factor to the area, while endless rivers and state parks continue to draw outdoorsy travelers.
What's New in Delaware
July 18, 2012 by ShermansTravel Editorial Staff
The hot sun on your face, ice cream dripping on your hands, the sound of music mingling with the crash of waves . . . they're all part of a summer day spent ... Read More »
May 26, 2011 by Amanda Pressner
Things are heating up on the Eastern seaboard – and not just because summer’s finally here. In beach towns spanning Maine to Florida, a wave of new ... Read More »