- 144 reviews
Beautiful place to walk around to see the green grass juxtaposed with the red brick buildings. Bring a camera and take a leisurely stroll.
- 28 reviews
One of the bigger towns on the Cape, with a lot to do here. Don't miss walking through the cute town center!
- 33 reviews
Of all the towns on the Vineyard this one is my least favorite. But it's one of the few towns with a liquor store which is good to know given most the island is dry. Some cute shops. Fair restaurants. Gingerbread houses. Ferry from here to Falmouth Harbiyr.
- 422 reviews
Nantucket is a beautiful island roughly thirty miles south of Cape Cod. It has a population of about ten thousand that swells to fifty thousand during the summer tourist season.
- 55 reviews
Nice town - really just the jumping off point for Martha's Vineyard rather than a destination itself. If you only have one day to go to one of the Cape islands - I'd recommend Nantucket's main harbor over this MV harbor. Nantucket's Ferry landing is more quaint and accessible. However, there are gems to be had here too like Net ...
- 68 reviews
Favorite summer vacation spot.
- 740 reviews
at the end there is an island u should go to but beware when the tide comes in you will get stuck had a blast there just exploring it was beautiful and quiet very peaceful
- 8252 reviews
Boston, "the walking city," has something offer everyone. Great food, rich history, sports and entertainment this is one of my favorite cities.
- 93 reviews
My husband and I stayed in Chatham for 3 nights in October 2007. We stayed at the Carriage House Inn. The breakfast was wonderful and the owners were very helpful in suggesting sights and restaurants. I suggest staying in a back room since the Inn is located on a busy street. The town has quaint shops and plenty of restaurants. ...
- 102 reviews
Great Barrington is a wonderful all-American town located in the heart of the Southern Berkshires. There is a great brick downtown with many fine restaurants and even a cool performing arts center. There is a great selection of places to stay and it is almost equidistant from Boston and New York City. This is a great little town to spend ...
- 114 reviews
I fell in love with Falmouth instantly. It felt like one of those all-American towns where everything was picture-perfect. There was a white picket fence separating the beach and the road, and in the morning, there was a parade of people jogging, riding bikes, or pushing a stroller along it. It was straight out of "The Truman Show" or something. ...
- 126 reviews
Plymouth is a small town just an hour or so south of Boston (and while gogobot lists it as being in Cape Cod, it really isn't). There is nice, walkable downtown area and a walkable waterfront district. Plymouth is the location where the Pilgrims made their home when they came to the US.
- 131 review
Excited to be back on Cape Cod again. I'm sure the time will go by much too fast
- 144 reviews
A small town with a few fun spots like Alley's General Store, a farmer's market and the Field Gallery!
- 162 reviews
best surfing on cape
- 172 reviews
Restaurants and shops (the Church St Cafe is a Berkshires favorite) adorn Lenox like little jewels. Still, I dig nearby Lee and Stockbridge slightly more, Lenox feels a bit overdone.
- 189 reviews
This charming little beach town is about an hour drive from Boston, and makes a perfect day trip. Fishing boats, seafood restaurants and rocky breaks line the coast of the island, and the downtown neighborhood is basically New England boiled down to a 4 block radius. Famous LGBT do-gooders like Whoopi Goldberg and Ellen Degeneres are frequent summer visitors, perhaps ...
- 202 reviews
Great little town, with a charming atmosphere and fun shops and restaurants.