Cape Cod, MA
Cape Cod is a peninsula off the mainland of Massachusetts that also includes the islands of Martha’s Vineyard & Nantucket. There are fifteen distinctive towns that offer a wide variety of things to do that not only represent the culture, heritage and history of Cape Cod but also invite tourists to visit the area. One thing that you will find are miles and miles of pristine beaches that draw many visitors throughout the summer. The beauty of the area also entices visitors who enjoy fishing, hiking, canoeing and other outdoor activities. Cape Cod boasts historical sites, golf courses, festivals, fabulous restaurants and many other attractions.
The Ocean Club on Smuggler’s Beach is an oceanfront property located in South Yarmouth and will make excellent accommodations. South Yarmouth is a great home base for exploring the rest of Cape Cod. You can get to Provincetown on the tip of the Outer Cape and Wood’s Hole in the Lower Cape in less than hour and to Bourne, the closest town to the mainland in 30 minutes. Once you have finished exploring all that Yarmouth, the second oldest town on Cape Cod, has to offer you can easily travel to other areas of the Cape that interest you, as well.