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The Weather in Lewes
Above are the weather conditions for Lewes. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 26° in January. The rainiest month is February while the driest month is September.
Relax in historical Lewes at your cozy vacation home
Historical Lewes is a sleepy seaside town centered on Cape Henlopen. Lewes touts itself as being one of the oldest cities in the United States, dating back to the early 1600s. Explore the historic district, wander down miles of perfect beaches, and enjoy an endless assortment of nature trails.
No matter the size of your traveling group, a vacation home is an ideal place to stay in Lewes. An assortment of spacious, modern apartments and homes are available, either at the center of town or along the coast.
Dining out in Lewes
Everything in Lewes seems to have a cozy nautical theme, and the restaurants are no exception. Walk up and down Second Street, and you'll find all kinds of great dining options. For something high-end, The Buttery is the place to be. For seafood, head to Striper Bites.
If you're looking for something a little different, try the gourmet pizza at Half Full. Otherwise, you can never go wrong with a mojito on the beach, or a more casual beer at a hole-in-the-wall spot in the old town.
When to Visit Lewes
Lewes is best visited when temperatures are warm and pleasant, from spring to late summer (usually from the end of April to October). Things get pretty quiet around Lewes in the winter months, with many restaurants and shops being seasonal.
That being said, there's never a bad time to come visit this quaint Delaware town, and there are plenty of activities to take advantage of year-round — walking trails and historic homes being just a few things to look forward to.
Sightseeing in Lewes
As you might have guessed, Zwaanendael is a Dutch name — the museum is meant to honor Delaware's first European settlement. The exterior is typical Dutch architecture, with stepped gables, terracotta roof tiles, and decorated shutters.
Ryves Holt House
This house was built in 1898, and is a perfectly preserved piece of history. Nowadays it's been transformed into the Lewe's Historical Society's Museum Store, with local arts, crafts, and other goods for sale.
Delaware Breakwater East End Light
The Delaware Breakwater East End Light is one of Lewes' most significant structures, having been around since 1885. Today, you can only visit the lighthouse by guided tour.
Cape Henlopen State Park
This park is famous for its many beaches, but also for its myriad of camping sites and walking trails. It's the perfect place to come for a little nature retreat. Fort Miles Pinelands Trail is one trail you can't pass up.
Lewes Beach offers all the attraction of Coastal Delaware, but without the crowds and chaos. This secluded little piece of heaven is your ticket to relaxation — and the ocean views are to die for.
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