Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Perched within the stunning seaboard of Massachusetts, Cape Cod is a whimsical peninsular whilst exploring the northeast of the USA. Once here, stroll the streets of Oak Bluffs where the boats arrive in the quaint little harbour, then head over to the Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest working carousel dating back to the 1800s.
You will discover Cape Cod and its islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket celebrated for unsullied beaches and the New England seaside way of life. For the most impressive trails, head to Wood End Lighthouse dating back to the 1800s. From here, ramble towards Long Point Beach.
The windswept coastline gives way to breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean, lit up at night by historic lighthouses or bonfires on the beach. The fifteen towns and handful of fishing villages contribute to the region’s maritime character and air of romance, offering everything from glasswork studios and vineyards to gabled inns serving straight-from-the-ocean seafood.
Go whale watching or visit a working artist’s colony. Take a lobster roll cruise or play golf. Either way, you’ll be tempted back to the beach.