Cities for Wellness in Massachusetts
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- 1Massachusetts, USA254 reviews
This place is full of things to do. So many history, foodieventures and etc. The weather is weird here. Their saying is if you don't like the weather then wait 4(?) minutes... Which is true because it was pouring rain when we were out and about... Then it stopped all of the sudden. Boston is a great place to relax ...
- 2Massachusetts, USA23 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.
- 3Massachusetts, USA44 reviews
Mostly known for being the location of one of the world's most famous and prestigious universities.
- 4Massachusetts, USA8 reviews
Hyannis Port is a microscopic village within Cape Cod made famous by the Kennedy Compound (this was President Kennedy's summer White House). Although small, there are some interesting tourist spots worth visiting.
- 5Massachusetts, USA21 reviews
Salem is a great day trip from Boston. A cute little town best known for its witchy history, you can spend the day taking in a dramatic museum recounting the infamous witch trials with exhibits on herbology, and also visit some modern Wiccan shops. The New England credentials are all there as well, you'll be sure to find some clam ...
- 6Massachusetts, USA40 reviews
Great shopping, restaurants, beaches. Check out the fishing fleet at MacMillan Pier. Try the Lobster Pot Restaurant in the center of town,
- 7Massachusetts, USA3 reviews
Such a quaint little fishing village. Several charming shops and seafood shacks serving fish fresh from the sea. Where jaws was filmed!
- 8Massachusetts, USA8 reviews
Colonial houses and charming five star B&B s. lots of shops, galleries and restaurants. A different feel from up country vineyard.
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- 9Massachusetts, USA4 reviews
Chatham still supports a commercial fishing operation, but clearly has a softer side: readers ranked it at the top of the survey for its sense of romance. One swoon-worthy hotel is the luxurious clapboard Chatham Bars Inn, set on 25 acres with its own private beach, spa, and more than two-dozen shingled cottages. Among public shores, Chatham Lighthouse Beach is ...
- 10Massachusetts, USA6 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 ...
- 11Massachusetts, USA4 reviews
A nice town with a lovely main street and town green. Best private beaches are: Capecodder, the Nob and Woodneck (for kids). We also like to kayak to Black Beach. Unpretentious. Beaches aren't grand but they are good for kids.
- 12Massachusetts, USA6 reviews
If traveling trough MA visit Plymouth. It is very touristy yet a pleasant trip and you might learn a few new things about American history.
- 13Massachusetts, USA16 reviews
Beautiful seaside city with delicious seafood restaurants and cute shops selling handmade items.
- 14Massachusetts, USA2 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 ...
- 15Massachusetts, USA2 reviews
best surfing on cape
- 16Massachusetts, USA3 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.
- 17Massachusetts, USA1 review
Super cute Berkshires town, home to icons like the original Alice's Restaurant (now called Stockbridge Cafe), the Red Lion Inn and a museum paying tribute to Norman Rockwell.
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- 19Massachusetts, USA2 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.
- 20Massachusetts, USA