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Barnstable is the largest community on the Cape and is centrally located on the peninsula. There are seven unique villages in the town offering a variety of beaches, seafood, and history.
The quiet, medium sized community of Bourne is at the gateway of Cape Cod. The rural town is a great choice for people who want to enjoy the Canal and its many activities.
Brewester is a charming town with lots of old sea captains’ homes. The coastline along the bay features warmer and calmer waters than the ocean side of the Cape.
The seaside town of Chatham is on the southeastern tip of Cape Cod. The community is best known for its pristine white sandy beaches, beautiful landscapes, and scenic landmarks.
Near the center of the Cape lies the town of Dennis and its beautiful beaches. Dennis has five distinct villages, each with its own post office. The community offers a mix of traditional New England heritage and modern day conveniences.
Eastham is a coastal resort community with several harbors and abundant shellfish. You’ll find modern residential growth in town, as well as some original landscapes inside the National Park areas.
The town of Falmouth is known for its beautiful beaches. The community is home to a variety of charming shops and it also boasts a vibrant and diverse culinary scene.
Harwich provides opportunities for every type of water activity and offers a mix of rivers, marshes, sandy beaches, ponds, and picturesque harbors. You’ll also find many beautiful scenic landscapes throughout the community.
The community of Mashpee has four of the largest freshwater ponds on the Cape, as well as three world-class championship golf courses. Mashpee Commons is a nationally recognized shopping center in a traditional town center development.
Orleans features gorgeous trees and vegetation and many of its residents support land conservation. The charming and beautiful town offers beautiful coastline, a cultural district, and award winning restaurants.
Located on the northern tip of the Cape is Provincetown. This community boasts beautiful beaches, friendly restaurants, charming shops, and a variety of art galleries.
As the oldest town on Cape Cod, Sandwich is filled with historic seaside charm. It’s also home to one of the most beautiful and classic downtown areas in New England.
The rural, quiet town of Truro has two villages and offers plenty of natural beauty and dramatic beaches in addition to a rustic downtown. You’ll also find some conservation land for hiking and biking in the area.
Wellfleet is a quaint rural town providing plenty of seaside character and charm. It’s home to the Cape Cod National Seashore Headquarters and the Massachusetts Audubon Society Wildlife Sanctuary.
From shopping opportunities to fabulous restaurants, the town of Yarmouth has it all. Popular landmarks include Gray’s Beach boardwalk, historic sea captains’ homes, and a 19th century windmill.