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Provincetown: Cape Cod's Most Popular Vacation Destination!

Provincetown has something for everyone. Do as much or as little as you like!
Bike Trails - Whale Watching - Climb the Monument - Golf - Fishing - Kayaking - Tennis - Sailing - Boating - Sightseeing - Gyms - Museums - Yoga - Pilates - Nature Walks - Canoe - Beaches - Hike to a Lighthouse - Swim - Massage - Dune Tours - Shopping - Theater - Nightlife
It's been said by many a passerby and by our repeat guests that we have the best location in Provincetown!  
We are proud members of the Provincetown Guild.
Click on the lighthouse for all the happenings going on
in P-Town.
Come climb the tower and visit the museum commemorating the landing of the Mayflower Pilgrims.
P-town's most famous attraction!

Come spend a day or two at magnificent ocean beaches, nature walks or biking, and bird watching. The entire Atlantic Ocean coastline of Cape Cod is preserved as a National Park. 

 Provincetown's whale watch fleet locates dolphins and whales at the northern end of a 4,000 mile migratory path. Whale watches venture into the Atlantic for 3 to 4 hours; warm clothing and sunscreen are musts! All depart from MacMillan Wharf. We particularly recommend The Dolphin Fleet, (508) 349-1900. www.whalewatch.com
Enjoy day sails and sunset sails! We recommend these two experiences:

Bay Lady II (73' schooner) (508) 487-9308. www.sailcapecod.com.

Hindu Charters
(305) 509-1771
Surprisingly entertaining one-hour guided tours past the dune shacks and Pilgrim Lake in North Truro to the beach in four-wheel-drive GMC Suburbans. Art's Dune Tours on main corner of Standish St. at Commercial, (508) 487-1950. www.artsdunetours.com.

This fun little ride provides  a narrated overview of attractions and departs every 30 minutes!

You can catch it in front of Town Hall on Commercial St. and Ryder St, (508) 487-9483. www.provincetowntrolley.com