Cape Cod, Where is this Beautiful Place? It’s Worth the Visit!
Where is this beautiful place called Cape Cod?
North of Cape Cod Bay (and Provincetown) is Massachusetts Bay, which contains the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary, located 5 miles north of Provincetown. The Atlantic Ocean is to the east of Cape Cod, and to the southwest of the Cape is Buzzards Bay.
How do you get to Cape Cod? Well, by land, air, sea or in your memories of a visit sometime in your past. It’s quite easy to make a trip to the “Cape”. Cape Cod is just 75 miles from Logan Airport in Boston, with frequent direct bus travel, or car rentals available. After Memorial Day there is ferry service from Boston to Provincetown, and Jet Blue has seasonal service from Boston to Barnstable Municipal Airport in Hyannis late June through Labor Day. To visit the Islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard there is daily service from Hyannis.
Once you cross one of the two bridges over the Cape Cod Canal, Sagamore Bridge or Bourne Bridge, or arrive via air or ferry, you will discover what we who live here already know. Cape Cod is a very special place, surrounded by pristine ocean waters, breathtaking coves and bays, inlets and salt marshes, beaches, bird and sea life.
Ferries to the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard run daily. There are beautiful Rail Trail bike paths for those who like to explore by bike. There are wonderful parks to camp if that’s your style too. You can visit the famous Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute in Woods Hole, discover the many galleries and shops, enjoy dining at our great fresh seafood restaurants or simply relax on one of our many pristine beaches. Of course you’ll see many charming homes with a style named after this wonderful place. So now that you know where we are, we’ll look forward to seeing you soon.