Cape Cod: God's Own Beach Resort
To see the light from a setting summer sun hit the
dunes on a beach at the Cape Cod National Seashore is to know that sometimes
perfection does exist in this world. Turn to the left or right, depending on
where you are on that national seashore and see one of Cape Cod’s famous
lighthouses in the distance and you’ll swear you’ve just stepped into a
Winslow Homer painting. Your whole body will relax, you’ll breath deeply to
take in as much sea air as you can and you’ll let your entire being sink
into the sound of the waves as they move in and out along the shore.
Yes, Cape Cod is a little bit of real heaven located in the country’s
You’ve probably heard that the Kennedy family has made a Cape city,
Hyannisport, its playground for years. Once you visit the Cape, you’ll know
From the aforementioned lighthouses, the National Seashore with its
fantastic sand dunes, to incredible sailing, swimming and just plain old
beach foraging or sunbathing, Cape Cod really does have something for
everyone. It will reel you in with its beauty and you’ll find yourself
wishing you could make like Kennedy patriarch Joe and purchase your own
piece of Cape Cod. (Good luck with that. Prices have risen a tad since Joe
purchased the property in the late 1920s that has become known as the
Cape Cod really isn’t for those who prefer adventures indoors. No, the Cape
cannot be appreciated from a living room. Perhaps from a rocking chair on a
front porch of a house near the beach, or lying comfortably on a beach towel
on the sand, but not indoors. Cape Cod offers visitors so much to do and
Cape Cod is a large peninsula located on the southeast side of
Massachusetts. It juts out into the Atlantic Ocean and offers visitors
Atlantic beaches on its south and east sides, as well as a more gentle and
smooth water experience on the north side (where the elbow bends in) on Cape
Cape Cod is home to several towns with names that will give your mouth
muscles a good workout: Mashpee, Bourne, Harwich, Brewster,
Speaking of Providence, you’ll definitely want to take a drive along Route 6
-- stopping to see the dunes along the National Seashore -- to visit this
world famous town, home to famous authors (Norman Mailer, for one),
playwrights (Tennessee Williams, Eugene O’Neil), and countless artists who
flock there for the wonderful way sunlight hits the city.
If water sports are your passion, you’ll find no shortage of things to do.
Sport fishing charters are available for those with a hankering for
cod, and even
shark. Sailing is huge on the Cape. You also can take a
ferry to the islands of Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket and spend a day -- or
several -- swimming, sailing, shopping or fishing there.
Cape Cod truly is a wonderful place for families, singles, couples,
sportsmen and -women, artists and beachcombers. Won’t you come and
experience it for yourself?
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