Cape Cod & Martha’s Vineyard
Welcome to the sandy shores of CAPE COD. Extending some 70 miles into the sea, the Cape is home to both natural beauty and quaint colonial villages. You can walk pristine beaches, revel in the arts and culture, and reclaim childhood memories of seashells, sandcastles, and saltwater taffy. Learn about the history and lifestyles of the islanders as you pass through Vineyard Haven. a scenic byway winding through centuries of Cape Cod history. It winds past hundreds of historic structures which characterize its early development Travel Route 6 A "Old Kings Highway" and view a Windmill and a Cape Cod Lighthouse. While in Provincetown enjoy the wonderful variety of restaurants, shops, and galleries that make this artists/fishermen village so unique. Try to spot Humpback, Minke, and Fin Whales on a Whale watching Cruise. Spend time in Sandwich the oldest town on Cape Cod. You will view the Village Green, the Great Salt Marsh, a Cranberry Bog, and Cape Cod Bay. Sandwich became the site of one of America’s largest glass factories, an industry that flourished during the 19th century. This quaint and quiet seaside community is the hometown of Thornton Burgess, naturalist and author of 170 children’s books and so much more!