Long Point Beach
Whydah Pirate Museum
Of the more than 3000 shipwrecks off the coast of the Cape, the Whydah is one of the best documented. Captained by 'Black Sam' Bellamy,...
Portuguese Princess is a top-rate whale-watching option. It goes out five times a day and is affiliated with the Provincetown Center...
Dolphin Fleet Whale Watch
Dolphin offers as many as 12 whale-watch tours daily in peak season, each lasting three to four hours. You can expect a lot of splashy...
Hosts wildly popular afternoon tea dances, often packed with gorgeous guys.
Light and airy but small and crowded, this art-filled storefront is an easy-on-the-wallet lunch and breakfast place. The menu ranges...
Lonely Planet review
Home to the Cape's most remote grains of sand, Long Point Beach is reached by a two-hour walk (each way) along the stone dike at the western end of Commercial St. There are no facilities, so bring water. Also time your walk carefully, as the dike is submerged at extreme high tide.
Or do it the easy way and hop on the Long Point Shuttle , which ferries sunbathers across the bay from June to September.