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Seacoast Region has abundant and well-managed roads for travel by car

Driving Routes to the Seacoast

New Hampshire's Seacoast is close to Boston, MA and Portland, ME, bounded on the south by Massachusetts and the north by Maine. I-95 runs through the eastern part of the region, and Route 4 begins in Portsmouth and runs westward into Vermont.

From the south, find your way to I-95 north. Travelers from central and western Massachusetts should head toward Boston. Take I-95 into the Seacoast.

From the north, take I-93 south into Concord, then pick up Route 4 eastinto the Seacoast Region.

From the west, take Route 4 east into the Seacoast.

I-95 is convenient to all the beaches and runs through Seabrook, Hampton, Rye and Portsmouth. Route 1 parallels the interstate closer to the water. Route 1A abuts the coastline.

Inland Route 108 runs through Exeter, Stratham, Newmarket, Durham and Dover.
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