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.

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  • Nauset Beach

  • Coast Guard Beach (National Seashore)

    Eastham

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    + 20 saves
  • Chatham Light Beach

    Chatham

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    + 16 saves
  • Cape Cod Scenic Tours

    Hyannis

    This full day tour of Beautiful Cape Cod will bring you to Lighthouses,windmills and sand dunes, while hearing about... more

    + 12 saves
  • Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary

    South Wellfleet

    Salt marsh boardwalk; natural history programs for families, children, and adults; 1000 acre wildlife sanctuary, nature center, 5 miles of trails. Guided... more

    + 11 saves
  • Provincetown Whale Watches

    Provincetown

    Provincetown Whale Watches are an adventure you will talk about for the rest of your life! Each trip is narrated... more

    + 10 saves
  • First Encounter Beach

    Eastham

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    + 9 saves
  • Lobster Pot Restaurant

    Provincetown

    Waterfront dining rooms provide the harbor view while our full menu, served all day, offers the finest and freshest in... more

    + 8 saves
  • Mac's Seafood

    Wellfleet

    Located on the Wellfleet Town Pier with picnic tables overlooking the Harbor. Mac's Seafood features family dining, ice cream and... more

    + 8 saves
  • Cape Cod Central Railroad

    Hyannis

    Two-hour scenic train rides through cranberry bogs and seaside villages; luncheon trains, elegant dinner trains, and family supper trains. more

    + 6 saves
  • Cape Cod Museum of Natural History

    Brewster

    80-acre site, abutted by 400 acres of conservation land; nature trails, exhibits, films, guided walks, lectures, and family activities. Special programs... more

    + 6 saves
  • Hyannis Whale Watcher Cruises

    Barnstable

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    + 6 saves
  • Monomoy Island Excursion

    Harwich Port

    Depart Saquatucket Harbor in Harwich Port aboard our catamaran. Tour senic Wychmere Harbor, learn about the marine activites and history.... more

    + 6 saves
  • Sandwich Glass Museum

    Sandwich

    Exhibits of glass made in Sandwich from 1825 to 1888; Glassblowing demonstrations, multi-media theater presentation, The First Two Hundred Years in Sandwich.... more

    + 6 saves
  • 1869 Schoolhouse Museum - Eastham Historical Society

    Eastham

    1869 one-room schoolhouse as it was in the 1930s; attached museum with school memorabilia, local, fishing industry, whaling and military artifacts.... more

    + 5 saves
  • Bass River Beach

    Yarmouth

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    + 5 saves
  • Ben & Jerry's Scoop Shop

    North Eastham

    Vermont's Finest ice cream,frozen yogurt & sorbet served in a fun, friendly & festive shop. Cakes and catering available. more

    + 5 saves
  • Cape Cod Canal

    Bourne

    17.5 miles long; widest sea level canal in the world; 13.5 miles of paved canal-side roads for bicycling, in-line skating, walking. 1,100 acres... more

    + 5 saves
  • Catch of the Day Seafood Market & Grill

    South Wellfleet

    A local favorite ... grilled seafood, fried clams, steamed lobster, fish & chips. Enjoy a local brew or glass of wine... more

    + 5 saves
  • Liberte, The Schooner

    Falmouth

    Three-masted stay sail-rigged schooner departing 3 times a day from Falmouth Harbor. A short history of the area will be given... more

    + 5 saves
  • Pie in the Sky

    Woods Hole

    Located in historic Woods Hole, at the end of the Shining Sea Bike Path; just a 1 minute walk from the... more

    + 5 saves