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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

 While  some vacationeers consider Martha’s Vineyard, and Nantucket a part of Cape Cod, don’t tell that to the Islanders, they think differently!  Oh well, they don’t know what their missing.

Lot’s of people will say that Cape Cod is a great year-round destination. That does have somewhat of a Pinocchio factor associated it. Winter has an energy of its own that is a treat for those who thrive on the raw elements of beauty on a winter beach. It’s not for everyone. But if you get it, you love it.

Autumn is a favorite season, bringing smaller crowds and glorious weather. If you come through the end of September you’ll still be able to enjoy some great beach days and temperatures remain warm generally through mid-October. November brings great values, especially for those looking for a traditional Thanksgiving experience where it all began; one of our beaches isn’t called First Encounter Beach for no reason!

If you like a good old fashioned Christmas, the many Christmas Strolls offer all the beauty and remembrance of Christmas past. Regardless of the town or village you will find a special charm that fills the air this time of year.

On New Year’s Eve there are the traditional fine dining places to enjoy and the most fun is going to the Chatham or Provincetown First Night Celebrations.  Great entertainment, fireworks, and plenty of venues for every age and interest abound.  It’s truly a unique way to celebrate the New Year with fun for the whole family.