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Since 1996 Visit Cape Cod.com  has been a leading guide for information about Cape Cod and tourism including; LodgingDining,  Beaches, Towns, Art GalleriesGolf Courses and Family Activities, Night Life, and Great Places to See with just the click of your mouse.

Cape Cod is made up of 15 towns and two islands including Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Falmouth, Harwich, Hyannis, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfleet, Yarmouth.

Now that the holiday’s has passed, and you are beginning to make your plans it is important of you to get the most reliable Cape Cod information available.

For may decades I have lived and worked on Cape Cod. I love it here, and I consider myself very fortunate to have spent most of my life on these sandy shores. I really enjoy sharing with you my favorite places. My Goal with VisitCapeCod is to provide you with an honest assessment of our community. Certainly advertising revenues drive the success of a website of this nature, I do make an honest attempt to provide you with information about the Cape that is reliable. This website has one simple premise, and that is to provide the best information for visiting Cape Cod as possible. It’s a tourism website pain and simple. We cater to visitors no matter how close or far way they may come from.

In looking at how to best provide you with accurate information can sometimes be a real challenge. Information changes all the time. Like in any community the percentage of business failures far outweigh the successes. This is why information can become outdated. In fact even gathering information from local town government can be unreliable as well. This is why I have made the decision to simplify the listings in some of our categories. The chief among those changes are in the Cape Cod Dining Category. I am transitioning the selections of where to dine to my “Top Visit Cape Cod” favorites in each community. These limited favorites will be there because I have personally eaten there and would not hesitate to go back, or they have been recommended by valued website contributors. I plan on doing this in categories that warrant this kind of selection process. Not all of these listing will be advertisers.

I suggest you check back often to see updated information to make your stay here an experience that lasts a lifetime.

Welcome to Cape Cod…Steve Lipman; Publisher