Landmarks in Delaware are not many in number, because this American state is one of the smallest area in the US, but in contrast, is densely populated. Delaware is located on the Atlantic coast in the northeast, near the Maryland and Pennsylvania.
Prevailing historical landmarks in Delaware, but we will list natural attractions, because they are more important. We start our virtual tour of Brandywine Creek. Located in the northern part of the state in Brandywine Creek State Park. The river of the same name and comes from Pennsylvania.
Brandywine river is shallow and is not for navigation, but can make a trip by canoe or to fish. Population use this area for walking and outdoor recreation. The other important attractions in Delaware beaches. Located in the southern part of the state mainly in Rehoboth Bay. During the summer months is very lively, the sand is fine and low coast.
The water is very warm and no undercurrents. The lack of large luxury complexes advantage, unlike the beaches of Florida. The most popular beaches are Rehoboth Beach and Bethany Beach.
Cape henlopen state park, a place for recreation during the summer months. Besides the beautiful beach here you can play golf or participate in special entertainment park. If you are lucky and find yourself at the right time can witness the festival of kites. Fenwick island, this by no means is an island, although the name suggests it.
A narrow strip of land, built low houses in this very tidy. A small town in which they live off members of Delaware. Everything is very well organized and has nothing to do with Fenwick Island State Park. Moreover, the beach is used by many surfers in the summer.
Lums Pond, a freshwater lake built in the 19th century. The place is suitable for recreation can be canoeing or just a picnic in nature. Lums Pond State Park is suitable for hiking all year round, and in winter for skiing. Similar location with the same conditions for recreation and tourism, but with sea shade is Holts Landing State Park.
You could say that Delaware is dominated by small parks because it was crowded with people who have managed to seize a large part of the territory. One of the few islands in the state is Pea Patch island. The island is located in the middle of the channel Delaware, and from 1814 here is Fort Delaware. During the Civil War, the fort was used as a prison in which prisoners were lying after the Battle of Gettysburg.
The capital of Delaware is a city Dover, the most important event for the city race NASCAR, which translates to two times a year (spring and autumn). As mentioned at the beginning of our article in this eastern US state not many sites to visit as compared with tourist attractions in Virginia, but can still be given due consideration in the good will and time.