A Romantic Day in Cape Cod, Massachusetts
Romance is in the air when you're exploring these local events and landmarks.If you love pristine beaches and charming villages, this peninsula in eastern Massachusetts is a great place to call home. Search for a cozy home in Provincetown, a town on the tip of Cape Cod, and then learn about the area’s romantic destinations and activities:
- Whale watching - Take a whale watching excursion off the coast of Cape Cod, and you’re almost guaranteed to see humpback, finback and minke whales. Enjoy the sightings snuggled up with your significant other while expert naturalists tell you more about the gentle giants.
- Martha’s Vineyard - Take a ferry to Martha’s Vineyard, an island south of the Cape. There’s plenty to see and do here -- try walking along the beautiful beaches, watching glass art come alive at Martha’s Vineyard Glassworks, or riding the Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest working carousel in the country, with 22 wooded horses with real horse hair manes.
- Fresh seafood - The Cape has a wide selection of restaurants featuring every type of cuisine, but the area is renowned for its fresh seafood, so give oysters or clams a try.
- Window shopping - Cape Cod’s charming village centers are filled with quaint gift shops, independent bookstores and specialty boutiques.