Cape Cod, one of New England’s most well-known beach destinations, boasts 40 miles of beachfront offering a variety of experiences. Many visitors here enjoy simply relaxing on the soft sands and gentle waves, but some prefer to take advantage of the extensive network of bike trails. Several communities are set along this shoreline as well, including Provincetown, which is relaxing and populated with bars, restaurants and shops to peruse.

    Adventure in Cape Cod often involves the Cape Cod Rail Trail, which is a 25-mile-long paved trail that runs right along the coast and through the region’s diverse ecosystems, where you can often spot native wildlife. Of course, you may be interested in more than just the land animals that abound through the area. Whale-watching tours allow you to glimpse these massive creatures offshore. Of course, an array of bird species are common to see whether you’re on land or offshore.

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      Our Cape Cod Travel Essentials guide provides all the information you need to make the most of your vacation to this scenic coastal destination. We will examine such factors as the climate and rainfall, the best time to visit, and transportation options to get to your hotel. We'll look at the best ways to get around town and even look...

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