CAPE COD

Why do people return to Cape Cod every year? Maybe it’s the simply stunning beaches, consistently ranked among the best in the country. Maybe it’s all the fun things to do, like biking, kayaking, summer theater, whale watching, and world-class golf. Maybe it’s that it’s such a special place that the moment you leave, you’re planning your next trip there. Or maybe they make you sign some sort of Return To The Cape contract? No, that’d be weird.

For more information on Cape Cod, visit:
Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce

  • Nauset Beach

  • The Old Grist Mill and Herring Run

    Brewster

    The Gristmill (c. 1873) uses the falling water of Stony Brook to power its waterwheel. Inside, the miller grinds corn on... more

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  • The Palmer House Inn

    Falmouth

    A charming Victorian B&B located in Falmouth's Historic District, a quiet residential area of tree lined streets, picket... more

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  • Roadhouse Cafe

    Hyannis

    Now in our 28th year! Serving lite fare and full fine dining menu 7 days. Daily Early Bird Specials 4-6 PM.... more

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  • Sandy Neck Beach

    Sandwich

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  • Scargo Cafe

    Dennis

    a romantic colonial setting across from the Cape Playhouse, Cinema, and Arts Complex in the heart of Dennis Village on... more

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  • Second Time Around

    Hyannis

    A treasure trove of eclectic consigned items including clothing, jewelry, collectibles, fun and funky! more

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  • Taylor-Bray Farm

    N. Yarmouth Port

    If you're a Cape Cod native or recent wash-ashore or visiting the Cape on vacation, a visit to Taylor-Bray Farm... more

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  • Wing Fort House

    East Sandwich

    17th/18th century house with period rooms. more

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  • Alberto's Ristorante

    Hyannis

    Alberto's menu includes dry aged meats, homemade pastas, fresh seafood and more. Private rooms are available. Alberto's has been extensively... more

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  • Arnold's Adventure Golf

    Eastham

    The Cape's newest, largest mini-golf course, 18 challenging holes, spectacular waterfalls, historic model buildings, lush landscaping. Award-winning Arnold's Lobster and Clam... more

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  • Arnold's Restaurant & Clam Bar

    Eastham

    "Best fried clams in the world" Food & Wine Magazine "Legendary onion rings" Coastal Living Seafood and raw bar harvested daily.... more

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  • Barnstable Hyannis Charters

    West Yarmouth

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  • Bay View Campground

    Bourne

    Experience the Best of Cape Cod Family Camping! Imagine, you're nestled in the woods enjoying a crackling campfire, the fresh... more

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  • Beachcomber Boat Tours

    North Chatham

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  • Brown Bag Bagels and Deli

    Hyannis

    We make New York style (boiled) bagels from scratch. We also serve REAL eggs, LOCALLY roasted ORGANIC and FAIR TRADE... more

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  • Cape Cod Harbor House Inn

    Hyannis

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  • Cape Cod Lighthouse Tours

    Hyannis

    Five historic Cape Cod lighthouses are open to the public for tours during the summer months and on special occasions... more

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  • Cape Light Charters

    Mashpee

    Specializing in deep sea fishing charters and family pirate adventures. Also available are adult scavenger hunts, romantic sunset cruises and... more

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  • Captain Bangs Hallet House Museum

    Yarmouth Port

    Sea captain's house 8 rooms fully furnished provide a glimpse into 19th century life. more

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  • Central House at the Crown & Anchor

    Provincetown

    Lunch and dinner at the focuses on locally farmed ingredients and the best quality in fresh seafood and free range... more

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