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April 21, 2015

Must Visits in Cape Cod!

Located less than an hour and a half from the Boston Airport you can find the best the Massachusetts has to offer- Cape Cod. Filled with miles of beautiful coastal shorelines, lighthouses, scenic views of gorgeous sunsets and beautiful beach towns, Cape Cod offers a relaxing getaway for everyone. Whether on a solo adventure, with your friends, seeking a romantic weekend away or looking for family activities, The Cape has something for every traveler.

Located on the southernmost area of Massachusetts, Cape Cod has a unique feel to it. Technically an island, travels must drive over the Sagamore or Bourne Bridge to enter the magical oasis that locals refer to as The Cape.

Ready to relax in style, eat the best food on the east coast and crate one of a kind memories? Be sure not to miss any of these highlights:


Located on the Lower Cape, Chatham offers all the feels and aesthetic of The Cape. Chatham is home to  some of he most beautiful beaches around, gorgeous golf courses, amazing restaurants (both beachside and in town,) and endless options for high-end boutiques and shopping.  Whether you are looking to spend the day on  a wildlife boat exception, shopping for the perfect new piece of artwork for your home, or you just want to spend the day trying the best local eats around, travels find that Chatham offers one of the most picturesque experiences of Cape Cod living.


Hyannis offers some of the best that the middle of The Cape has to offer. Living up to it’s reputation of being the “heart of Cape Cod,” the Hyannis area beckons with sandy beaches, a hometown Main Street, seaside art shanties, museums, restaurants, and ample opportunities to get out on the water. It is also the home to many great restaurants, museums and local events such as First Friday. Being central on the Cape, Hyannis is also a great area to stay in lending just a short drive to visit anywhere on the cape. Whether you are looking for new art, wanting to spend the day sipping on local wines or looking for kid friendly beaches and activities, Hyannis is sure not to disappoint.


To many, Provincetown offers a unique slice of heaven. Located on the outer cape, P-Town (as many refer to it) is a tiny town with a huge heart. It offers a special experience for any traveler- whether you are a foodie looking for a unique spot, wanting to go whale and dolphin watching, or just want to walk around the famous Commercial Street, Provincetown has a special air to it that is different from the rest of The Cape. The art here is everywhere, from the streets to the shops to the museums! To top things off, many refer to Provincetown as one of the friendliest towns in Massachusetts. Be sure to add it to your list of Must-Visits while in the area!

Chatham Lighthouse
Main Street Hyannis
Provincetown National Sea Shore

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