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.