Port Lewes is a community of condominium townhomes overlooking the Delaware Bay in the charming and historic town of Lewes, Delaware. Closer to the metropolitan areas of Wilmington, Washington and Baltimore than Ocean City or Rehoboth Beach. Port Lewes reflects the nature of Southern Delaware.

There are excellent sailing conditions, beaches for swimming, surf fishing, sunbathing, crabbing and fishing, as well as miles of dunes and beaches at nearby Cape Henlopen State Park.  Lewes and the surrounding area offer something for everyone.  The area is perfect for hiking, biking, golfing and horseback riding.  There are scenic nature walks and an abundance of historic sightseeing is available.

Port Lewes includes a protected harbor, tennis courts, a swimming pool, beach, and fishing pier – all only 1/8 of a mile from the quiet, uncrowded beach on the  Delaware Bay and within walking distance of the Atlantic Ocean or downtown Lewes and Lewes Beach.  The adjacent State Park ensures the privacy and untouched natural beauty of the surrounding land.
Come for the summer and stay all year … like the early explorers, you too may feel you’ve discovered a new land.

Port Lewes is easy to find locally:

Just follow the signs to the Cape
May / Lewes Ferry.  Drive past the entrances to the ferry.  Port Lewes is the townhome community
immediately beyond the ferry terminal on your left.

Port Lewes COVID-19 Disclaimer
As is the case with any facility outside of your home, use of the facilities at Port Lewes may expose you to the COVID-19 virus. Your decision to access Port Lewes facilities is made knowingly and voluntarily by you with full knowledge of this risk.  

If you do decide to come to Port Lewes, your use of these facilities shall mean that you are accepting the risks associated with the COVID-19 virus, have read and agree to all of our rules and protocols as they relate to COVID-19 and acknowledge that Port Lewes is not responsible should you contract the virus.  

It is presumed that Port Lewes Owners, Guests and Renters will make their own assessment of the associated risks of coming to Port Lewes and will act accordingly.

Port Lewes Council 5/23/20

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