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Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket are very special places—when you visit, be sure you see the things that make it all worth the trip!
Dear Cape Cod Lover,
Cape Cod and its islands, Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, have become some of the most recognized destinations in the nation and around the globe. Every year the Cape and Islands region draws an estimated six million visitors, most of whom come in the summer — all the better to soak up the endless outdoor diversions of this oceanside playground, from boardwalks to beaches to bike paths.
There are so many reasons to make a summer escape to the Cape, in fact, that we filled more than two dozen pages of Yankee Magazine with a selection of our favorites. When you claim your FREE access to 63 Reasons Why We Love the Cape & Islands right now, you’ll discover what we’ve loved about our trips to the Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket—which might just inspire you to go out and find even more reasons of your own!
29 Places to Eat, Things to Do, and Sights to See—all over Cape Cod!
Nothing says Cape Cod summer like tasty ice cream! Discover three top ice-cream spots in this valuable guide. Plus, four recommended places for getting the best fried clams, fried scallops, French fries, or onion rings—from a roadside shack at one end of the Cape to a water-view restaurant at the other end.
And you don’t have to go to France while the Cape has its own version of dueling French bakeries! Find out where these two great pâtisseries are located.
You’ll never run out of great places to eat—from avant-garde farm-to-table dining in Falmouth to chic seaside bistros in Provincetown, from clam shacks to artisan ice cream shops, the Cape has a flavor for every vacationer.
Then, there are the small-town band concerts, old-fashioned ballpark thrills, whale-watching adventures, sand-dune tours, specialty stores, and more. Discover for yourself some of our favorite things to do on Cape Cod.
And what about all the fun and unique things to see on the Cape? From real pirate’s booty to a place with a towering view … from unique museums and gee-whiz science centers to unbeatable sunsets, lighthouses, and more!
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13 More Reasons to Love Cape Cod!
Here are even more reasons why we love the Cape. World-class lifeguards, a classic summer cocktail, people-watching in P-town, a talking clam, and more.
You read that correctly—a talking clam! Who needs a groundhog when you have a quahog? Since 2009, Doug the Quahog has emerged from his figurative shell on the first day of summer to predict how many beach days the Cape will have that year. The crusty little soothsayer—who speaks in secret clam language to his trusted human interpreter, the pirate Johnny Quahog—delivers his forecast June 21 at this location on Cape Cod.
Or visit the most dog-friendly town in the nation—which just happens to be on the Cape. And go see, and hear, the only town clock in the world that strikes ship’s time; it graces a church in this Outer Cape town.
Then, learn to speak the Cape Cod lingo—what “down Cape” and “up Cape” really mean, all explained in this guide! And discover which Cape Cod radio station is the best for learning local lore.
With recommendations galore, you’ll discover all the reasons to love the Cape, when you activate your FREE access to 63 Reasons Why We Love the Cape & Islands right now.
20 Reasons to Love Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket!
Martha’s Vineyard has tons of reasons to love it, including local farms, storied lighthouses, fairy-tale cottages, and famous faces.
You never know who you’ll run into—the stars who come to Martha’s Vineyard mostly embrace the laid-back roles of small-town residents. Celebrities like Spike Lee, Meg Ryan, Larry David, Caroline Kennedy, and Carly Simon. Find out exactly where a lot of these celebrities hang out when out and about on Martha’s Vineyard.
From Edgartown and Chilmark to Oak Bluffs and West Tisbury, this guide will show you many reasons to love Martha’s Vineyard!
And then there’s Nantucket—whether you fly or take the Nantucket ferry, once you get there, you’ll realize just why we love this beautiful island. You’ll discover enchanting seaside bike paths, whaling lore, a stunning island stroll, and more.
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Best Lodging on Cape Cod and the Islands!
Whether you’re focused on location, views, or amenities, count on these “Best of New England” winners to deliver a memorable stay on Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard, or Nantucket.
From Chatham Bars Inn with its private beach to the Belfry Inn & Bistro—a unique Victorian B&B in the heart of Sandwich, the Cape’s oldest town—get the full list of twelve lodging gems that are organized by “family-friendly,” “walk to everything,” “worth a splurge,” and “on the water.” Our list includes several Nantucket hotels, and all of the must-stay Cape hotels that you’ll enjoy!
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Digital Editor, New England Today
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