Discover Cape Cod.

Are there any more joyful words than “I’m headed down the Cape?”

 

Images of lush natural beauty, miles of unspoiled white-sand shoreline and inviting blue surf, family-friendly activities offered at family businesses owned for generations, pink sunrises and golden sunsets immediately flood the senses. From the 17th Century until today, the peninsula of Cape Cod, the iconic arm of Massachusetts reaching deep into the Atlantic Ocean, retains its natural charm, takes pride in its simple pleasures, and dares you not to make an annual pilgrimage. Start your journey here.

 

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Upper

Falmouth

Between epic road races, world-class marine biology labs and oceanographic institutes, ferries to the Vineyard and Nantucket and 8 varied villages, Falmouth has a little bit of everything for the curious traveler.

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Falmouth

Between epic road races, world-class marine biology labs and oceanographic institutes, ferries to the Vineyard and Nantucket and 8 varied villages, Falmouth has a little bit of everything for the curious traveler.

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Sandwich

A visit to Sandwich, of course, offers a Cape lover’s paradise. Revel in miles of hiking trail and wind your way your way through marshes, ponds, cranberry bogs, and woodlands.

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Sandwich

A visit to Sandwich, of course, offers a Cape lover’s paradise. Revel in miles of hiking trail and wind your way your way through marshes, ponds, cranberry bogs, and woodlands.

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Mashpee

How would you like your first look at America to be Cape Cod? Those lucky Puritans landed on the Cape in 1620, and were greeted by The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, the Native Americans who inhabited the Cape and present-day Mashpee.

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Mashpee

How would you like your first look at America to be Cape Cod? Those lucky Puritans landed on the Cape in 1620, and were greeted by The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, the Native Americans who inhabited the Cape and present-day Mashpee.

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Mid Cape

Yarmouth

Three distinct villages to explore offering activities including tours of sea captains’ homes, bookstores, antique shops, and the iconic Gray’s Beach Boardwalk for a sunset stroll.

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Yarmouth

Three distinct villages to explore offering activities including tours of sea captains’ homes, bookstores, antique shops, and the iconic Gray’s Beach Boardwalk for a sunset stroll.

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Barnstable

Considered the hub of the Cape as the arrival site for planes, trains, busses and ferries to the Vineyard and Nantucket, and, at 60 sq. miles, its largest town, there are seven villages to visit in the Town of Barnstable, each with its own unique culture, personality and offerings.

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Barnstable

Considered the hub of the Cape as the arrival site for planes, trains, busses and ferries to the Vineyard and Nantucket, and, at 60 sq. miles, its largest town, there are seven villages to visit in the Town of Barnstable, each with its own unique culture, personality and offerings.

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Dennis

The absolute best way to enjoy Dennis and its five interconnecting villages? Do it like a local. Seriously, how else would you make the most of Cape Cod’s all-American family town?

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Dennis

The absolute best way to enjoy Dennis and its five interconnecting villages? Do it like a local. Seriously, how else would you make the most of Cape Cod’s all-American family town?

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Lower Cape

Brewster

When your getaway goal is to just get away from it all, to rest, revitalize and renew, the quaint, quiet and slow-paced town of Brewster stacks up as your ideal destination.

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Brewster

When your getaway goal is to just get away from it all, to rest, revitalize and renew, the quaint, quiet and slow-paced town of Brewster stacks up as your ideal destination.

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Orleans

Nestled between Chatham to the south and Eastham to the north, Orleans is the gateway to the Outer Cape, the perfect blend of small-town charm, plenty of in-town offerings, and diverse outdoor spaces.

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Orleans

Nestled between Chatham to the south and Eastham to the north, Orleans is the gateway to the Outer Cape, the perfect blend of small-town charm, plenty of in-town offerings, and diverse outdoor spaces.

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Harwich

Harwich’s seven villages offer the best of Cape ideals: a rural, pastoral retreat that’s great for recharging and renewing and all the energy of fun of bustling village centers featuring engaging activities for visitors of all ages.

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Harwich

Harwich’s seven villages offer the best of Cape ideals: a rural, pastoral retreat that’s great for recharging and renewing and all the energy of fun of bustling village centers featuring engaging activities for visitors of all ages.

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Chatham

Chatham, the elbow of the Cape, is the perfect central point to explore all of Cape Cod. Happy to stay put? Plenty to do enjoying Chatham’s amazing own offerings.

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Chatham

Chatham, the elbow of the Cape, is the perfect central point to explore all of Cape Cod. Happy to stay put? Plenty to do enjoying Chatham’s amazing own offerings.

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Outer Cape

Provincetown

Ah, Provincetown. Are there enough adjectives to adequately capture its charms? Flamboyant, quirky, vibrant, unique, audacious, bold, and exuberant are a start. Confident, unencumbered, bountiful, insouciant. Let’s face it. P-Town is off-the hook.

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Provincetown

Ah, Provincetown. Are there enough adjectives to adequately capture its charms? Flamboyant, quirky, vibrant, unique, audacious, bold, and exuberant are a start. Confident, unencumbered, bountiful, insouciant. Let’s face it. P-Town is off-the hook.

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Truro

If, like Patti Page, “you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air” and “watching the moonlight on Cape Cod Bay,” you’re sure to fall in love with the epitome of Old Cape Cod, breathtaking Truro.

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Truro

If, like Patti Page, “you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air” and “watching the moonlight on Cape Cod Bay,” you’re sure to fall in love with the epitome of Old Cape Cod, breathtaking Truro.

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Wellfleet

Wellfleet is the epitome of the classic Cape experience. Home to the famous Cape Cod National Seashore and Marconi Station, this well-preserved town is like a country unto itself.

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Wellfleet

Wellfleet is the epitome of the classic Cape experience. Home to the famous Cape Cod National Seashore and Marconi Station, this well-preserved town is like a country unto itself.

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Eastham

As explorers go, Christopher Columbus has nothing on you. You’ve made it to the Outer Cape – less honky-tonk and more history – a rural, quiet and nature-centric destination.

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Eastham

As explorers go, Christopher Columbus has nothing on you. You’ve made it to the Outer Cape – less honky-tonk and more history – a rural, quiet and nature-centric destination.

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