Welcome to Cape Cod!
Summer, it comes and it goes.
Seize the moment and enjoy this beautiful 70 mile peninsula. Summer cannot be exchanged, replaced, or refunded, so make the most of it!
Of course you must visit one of the more than 60 public beaches that are among the best in the world. But, there's a lot more to love about Cape Cod. Spend a day exploring the unique art galleries and meet the folks who create things for a living. Search for the perfect one-of-a-kind piece that is hiding in one of the antique shops that can be found in every town. Take in a fantastic performance at one of the many cultural centers that provide live theater, music, or films. Experience the fun of golfing, boating, kayaking, surfing, sport fishing, hiking, biking or sailing. Dance the night away. Be fascinated by whale watching, seal watching, bird watching or people watching. Marvel at the smell of the salt air, the sunset, or the sunrise. Hop on a ferry and create wonderful memories by visiting the charming islands of Martha's Vineyard or Nantucket.
In this the 18th Anniversary edition of Summer Guide Cape Cod we have continued to offer special features and handy guides to assist in making your visit memorable. Summer Guide covers what the locals refer to as simply "The Cape", from the Canal Bridges to the tip of Provincetown. We hope you find our handy free guide to the best of the Cape helpful.
Enjoy your visit!
Wayne & Elizabeth Smith, Publishers