ABOUT VACATION RENTALS IN CAPE COD
Come to Cape Cod and enjoy the crisp ocean air and rolling sand dunes. Cape Cod is a sandy peninsula in Massachusetts, created during the ice age that reaches out into the Atlantic Ocean like a crooked arm. Cape Cod is very well known for its natural and untouched beauty. Cape Cod vacation home rentals and the waters around it have acted as a beacon for explorers, artists, fishermen, pilgrims, and tourists for centuries.
In Cape Cod, you can’t miss the Pilgrim Monument. It stands high on a hill, overlooking the town center. The Pilgrim Monument is considered as the symbol of Provincetown. The Pilgrim Monument in Cape Cod was built to commemorate the 'first landing' in 1620 of the Pilgrims in the Mayflower in Provincetown. On Thanksgiving, every year, that event is marked with the Lighting of the Monument. Commercial Street sits with the waters of Provincetown Harbor as its backdrop; most hotels here have private beaches. Sandy Neck beach in Cape Cod was formed gradually over thousands of years. The beach has 6-miles of silky soft sand and is also famous for piping birds that come to nest there. You'll get a 360-degree view of the ocean from the beach.
The great Cape Cod National Seashore in Cape Cod offers 40 miles of sandy beach, marshes, ponds, and uplands. The lighthouses, the wild cranberry bogs, all offer a glimpse into Cape Cod’s past and present. The swimming beaches, the walking and biking trails, all beckon guests of Cape Cod Vacation Homes. Falmouth Heights Beach cannot provide you with the common resort trappings like boardwalks, teeshirt and souvenir stand. But the rustic and pristine charm that will win you over. Guests of Cape Cod Vacation rentals can watch the sunrise over Nantucket Sound and sunsets over Buzzard's Bay. It is something unique to Cape Cod.