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To get a feel for Cape Cod's geography, drive along Route 6A to the tip of Provincetown and see for yourself the distinct differences in the Upper, Mid, Lower and Outer Cape. When visiting the Cape, it is important to get beyond the main roads and do a little digging. Discover the nooks and crannies that you can call your own, whether it's a pond, beach, bike trail, gallery or restaurant.

Mid Cape Cod

Mid Cape Cod is the most visited and populated area of the Cape.  It claims home to Barnstable, Hyannis, Yarmouth and Dennis.  This part of the Cape is always full of hustle and bustle, whether it be of shopping the famous Main Street of Hyannis, playing mini-golf along Route 28, relaxing on the beach in Dennis on Cape Cod Bay or Nantucket Sound, or spending a day kayaking throughout the numerous waterways and ponds of Yarmouth.  No matter what you are looking to do, Mid Cape has it all and won't disappoint.    

Lower Cape Cod

If you look at the Cape as a flexed arm, the towns around the elbow—Brewster, Harwich and Chatham—make up the Lower Cape. One of the Cape’s most picturesque towns—Chatham—sits at the elbow. With its shop-filled old Main Street, Chatham’s walking village and gorgeous ocean vistas (complete with lighthouse) bring thousands of visitors each year. Once an enclave for sea captains, Brewster offers a variety of quaint inns, restaurants and beaches. Antique shops and art galleries line the Old King’s Highway, historic Route 6A. Brewster is also home to the Cape Cod Museum of Natural History. A cluster of seven villages, Harwich offers beautiful beaches on Nantucket Sound, as well as a number of picturesque ponds. Strong on agriculture, Harwich is known for its annual cranberry festival in the fall.

Outer Cape Cod

From the Cape Cod National Seashore to the vibrant artist colony of Provincetown, the Outer Cape offers a diverse mix of activities and scenery for singles, couples, families and groups. Orleans, Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown all boast miles of biking and hiking trails; long, sandy beaches; acclaimed restaurants and historic sites.