7 Cutest Summer Beach Towns In Cape Cod


Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard ferries stop in Hyannis, a seaside town with a scenic harbour, restaurants, shopping, the Kennedy Compound, JFK Hyannis Museum, and Cape Cod Maritime Museum.


Provincetown, known as "P-Town," is a busy town at Cape Cod's northern tip with wider beaches, an artists scene, the Provincetown artists Association and Museum, and the Pilgrim Monument.


Falmouth blends shopping, history, and beaches, with a bustling Main Street, Highland Hall & Gardens, Old Silver Beach, Nobska Lighthouse, and the Woods Hole Science Aquarium.


Dennis has 18 beaches, including West Dennis Beach and Mayflower Beach, and various neighbourhoods with relaxing moods, good dining at The Pheasant, and beach town charm at Sesuit Harbour Cafe.


Cape Cod's history hub, Sandwich features the Sandwich Glass Museum, Heritage Museum and Gardens, Sandwich Antiques Center, and a motto reflecting its maritime heritage.


Known for oysters, Wellfleet boasts local art galleries, upscale boutiques, Sailor for handicrafts, Salt for contemporary clothing, and Cape Cod National Seashore.


A postcard-perfect beach town with a walkable downtown, luxury lodgings, Chatham lighthouse, Chatham Bars Inn, local boutiques, art galleries, Monomoy Theater, and Orpheum theater for classic films.