cape cod travel

Cape Cod in the Fall: The Best Things to Do and See

During Fall, the once crowded beaches and town streets of Cape Cod open up. The bright red, yellow, and orange foliage deliver a striking backdrop. The weather becomes cooler and encourages residents and a few visitors to explore the wonders of the changing season. Cape Cod is also home to many bed and breakfasts and inns that offer seasonal and fall specials, like Candleberry Inn in Brewster, MA. Some believe that autumn is Cape Cod’s finest season and below you’ll find plenty of great activities and sights to enjoy. Continue reading “Cape Cod in the Fall: The Best Things to Do and See” »

Exploring the Towns in Cape Cod

cape cod townsThe summer capital of the nation, Cape Cod draws millions of tourists to its shores every year because of its stunning beaches and quaint towns. Whatever outdoor activity you want to do on land or on water is available such as biking, kayaking, golfing, whale-watching, and fishing, to name a few. Another interesting fact to learn about Cape Cod is its shape – it’s like a crooked arm making a fist. Cape Cod is also subdivided into four regions: Upper Cape, Mid-Cape, Lower Cape, and Outer Cape. Continue reading “Exploring the Towns in Cape Cod” »