Provincetown – A Vibrant Cape Cod Lobster Town

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Located at the very tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is a vibrant fishing community where you can do as much or as little as you’d like! With a harbor filled with bright red lobster boats and an entire Atlantic Ocean coastline of Cape Cod preserved as a National Park, Provincetown is the perfect place to play! Visit one of the three iconic lighthouses including Race Point overlooking the sand dunes, charter a fishing boat or stroll along Commercial Street where you’ll find lots of quirky shops.  So many choices of  really good seafood restaurants like the Lobster Pot for Portuguese styled fish, lobster tacos, boiled lobster and, yes, hot buttery lobster rolls!

Make your way over to MacMillan Wharf –  another must do as you continue to walk around quaint and colorful Provincetown.    Here, you’ll have a chance to inhale the salty air, watch the fishing vessels and lobstermen unload their catch at the pier.  Insider Tip?  Take the Dunes Tour with lobster dinner on the beach!

Why we love it:   The natural landscape is stunning.  Lots of eye-candy!

Fresh Facts:

  • America’s Oldest Active Art Colony
  • 45 Miles from Hyannis on Cape Cod
  • 3 Iconic Lighthouses
  • Several Sandy Beaches
  • Sand Dune Trail
  • Home to 42 Commercial Lobstermen and Almost 15,000 Lobster Traps