Eastern Virginia GuideEastern Virginia is an often-visited area of Virginia, bordered on the west by the Fall Line, and on the east by the Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean. HotelsFind hotels in Williamsburg, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, Chincoteague Island, Williamsburg and more.
Popular in Eastern VirginiaWilliamsburgWilliamsburg is a city in southeast Virginia. Settled in 1632, it was the capital of Virginia from 1699 to 1779 and in 1926, John D. Virginia BeachVirginia Beach is resort city in southeast Virginia on the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Colonial WilliamsburgColonial Williamsburg is a historic district in Williamsburg, Virginia. From 1699 to 1780, Williamsburg was the capital of England’s oldest, richest and most populous mainland North American colony and the seat of power in the new nation’s most influential state.
In Eastern VirginiaHampton RoadsHampton Roads is the Norfolk-Virginia Beach metropolitan area in southeastern Virginia. ChincoteagueChincoteague is an island and small town in Virginia. To get to Chincoteague Island, take 64 east from Richmond until you reach Norfolk. GloucesterGloucester is is a county in Virginia. Gloucester is located on Virginia's Middle Penninsula, directly across the York River from York County. DeltavilleDeltaville is a tiny waterfront community in Eastern Virginia on the Chesapeake Bay, very popular in the summer with boaters. Cape CharlesCape Charles is a town in Eastern Virginia, at the southern tip of the Delmarva peninsula. Westmoreland CountyWestmoreland County is a county in the state of Virginia that is best known as the birthplace of America's first president, George Washington. Eastern ShoreFor other places with the same name, see Eastern Shore. The Eastern Shore of Virginia is in Eastern Virginia.
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