Provincetown , MA —
The Surprises of Provincetown

At the farthest corner of the Cape, you’ll find all the surprises of Provincetown. Once known as a Portuguese fishing community, Provincetown is now a thriving community of art and cultural events throughout the year.

Here is the local scoop on three of my favorite ways to enjoy sunset during the summer.

Located in at the tip of Cape Cod in Barnstable County, Massachusetts
5 hours by car, 2 hours by plane
Getting Here
A scenic drive along the coast gets you there in just over five hours.

"Looking back at the town from the water as the sun goes down is a magical experience."

On Sunday and Wednesday nights, you can’t beat the free beach concerts at Herring Cove. Enjoy local performers, delicious food from Farland Provisions and a bonfire, all with a sunset backdrop. Oh, and did I mention the dancing? I recommend getting something at the raw bar to the left of the concession stand. Try a fresh lobster roll and the eggplant fries with a spicy dipping sauce!

"Whichever option you choose, you’ll be glad you chose Provincetown!"

Featured Listings

6 Shore Road, #16, Truro, MA

This well-maintained, charming, year-round one bedroom cottage is located at Stone's Throw Condominium. Surrounded by beautifully landscaped grounds, it is conveniently situated just minutes from Shore Road and Route 6. The cottage is bright and open, with 13' vaulted ceilings in the living room and bedroom. The kitchen opens to the living room and has granite countertops and under mounted lighting. There's also track lighting, skylights, and ceiling fans. Central a/c cools summer nights, and a full basement below the unit provides ample storage and a washer-dryer facility. Two car parking, pets for owners, and weekly rentals allowed. You are close to the bay and ocean beaches. The complex has its own in-ground swimming pool. And you are a 10-minute drive from Provincetown's restaurants and shops. A perfect Truro pied-a-terre.
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