Cape Cod Massachusetts is comprised of 15 distinctive towns and includes the islands of Marth's Vineyard and Nantucket. Cape Cod is a 75 mile long peninsula with something for everyone.
Cape Cod is accessible from virtually anywhere in the world whether you are traveling by air, sea or land. Barnstable Municipal Airport accommodates corporate aircraft and also offers scheduled service reaching to New York, Boston, Marth's Vineyard and Nantucket.
There is also a ferry service that travels from Boston and Gloucester to the tip of the Cape in Provincetown. Ferries are also available out of Falmouth to the Islands for your pleasure and convenience daily.
Once you cross one of the two bridges that take you onto Cape Cod, it is immediately clear to you that you have entered a very special part of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. There is an endless array of land and sea activities there for you to enjoy whether you are a visitor or a resident.
All of its towns host quaint New England shops, galleries and fine restaurants. You can find comfortable accommodations from B&B's to inns and motels throughout the area. The golfing season is long and multifaceted as demonstrated by the wide variety and number of golf courses. The beaches-well the beaches are non-ending, clean and sandy, warm watered and all you dream about.
From Bourne to Provincetown, Marth's Vineyard and Nantucket to all its towns and hamlets, Cape Cod is a place you will return to time after time after time. Who knows-like so many others you would be proud to call it your home!