Introducing Cape Cod
Quaint fishing villages, kitschy tourist traps and genteel towns – the Cape has many faces. Each attracts a different crowd. Families seeking calm waters perfect for little tykes favor Cape Cod Bay on the peninsula's quieter north side. College students looking to play hard in the day and let loose after the sun goes down set out for Falmouth or Wellfleet. Provincetown is mecca for art lovers, whale watchers, gay and lesbian travelers…well, just about everyone.
Best places to stay in Cape Cod
New England - Cape Cod, Nantucket & Martha's Vineyard (Chapter)
This trio of destinations offers a beach for every mood. You can surf a wild Atlantic wave or dip a paddle into a quiet cove. Or just chill out and watch the kids build sand castles.
Cape Cod destination guides
This is it: Provincetown is as far as you can go on the Cape, and more than just geographically. The draw is irresistible. Fringe writers and artists began making a summer haven in Provincetown a century ago. Today this sandy outpost has morphed into the hottest gay and lesbian destination in the Northeast.
Boston Whale Watching Cruise
Looking for a whale watch that requires less travel time, offers the most comfortable ride available and gives you more time viewing some of the world's most magnificent creatures? Look no further! Here is Boston's ONLY 3-Hour Whale Watch on a high-speed catamaran. They will get you to and from the whales in half the time, which allows you more time to watch the whales.
Cape Cod Fast Ferry
Situated on the Cape's northern-most tip, Provincetown is known for its art galleries, shopping, restaurants, landmarks, picturesque beaches and more. And, on this high speed catamaran, all this is just a 90 minute ride away! You'll have the whole day to enjoy this New England treasure.