Cape Cod Tourist Travel Guide
Cape Cod is located on the south shore of Massachusetts and is made up of 15 towns and two islands. They are Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Falmouth, Harwich, Hyannis, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfleet, Yarmouth, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. There are several villages including Hyannis, Cotuit, and Woods Hole. The Cape has long been noted in song and verse as a truly remarkable summer vacation paradise.
Today Cape Cod is a great year round destination. During the summer you will find some of the most remarkable beaches to be found anywhere in the world. The National Seashore National Park is noted for pristine landscapes and a vast unspoiled shoreline that stretches for miles on end.
The fall on the Cape brings smaller crowds and glorious weather. Temperatures remain warm generally through mid October and you will even find that this can last all the way through November. The shoulder seasons also bring some remarkable values. If you like a good old fashioned Christmas then the Cape Cod Christmas Strolls offers all the beauty of the season.
The Cape is also noted for great dining and night life. Whether you are looking for 4 star cuisine, simply great seafood, or family dining here on Visit Cape Cod our pages are loaded with a complete town by town guide.
If you are looking for the great accommodations within our site you will find vacation rentals in every price range to suit your budget. Whether it be a cottage, condo, motel, bed and breakfast, weekly or monthly rental our vacation rentals sections offers it all in every area of our community.
When you get here you can continue to use VisitCapeCod.com as a complete resource for all the activities you and your family desire. Whether it’s finding an art gallery, museum, whale watching tour, night club, golf course, or beach Visit Cape Cod offers it all. And, if you are looking to get over to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket, our Cape Cod Ferry pages and listings will help you get there from several locations.
So, your Cape Cod vacation begins with VisitCapeCod.com your Cape Cod Information Resource Guide for Tourism, Lodging, Dining, Shopping, as well as, a complete guide to Beaches, Towns, Art Galleries, Golf Courses and Family Activities can be found on this user friendly website with just the click of your mouse.