1. Cape Cod National Seashore This protected area spans 40 miles along the eastern shore of Cape Cod, offering pristine beaches, hiking trails, and historic sites.

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2. Provincetown Located at the tip of Cape Cod, Provincetown is a vibrant arts and cultural hub with a lively atmosphere, galleries, and a picturesque harbor.

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3. Hyannis Hyannis is a historic and bustling town known for its waterfront, Main Street shopping, and attractions like the John F. Kennedy Hyannis Museum.

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4. Chatham Chatham is a charming seaside town with picturesque lighthouses, including Chatham Lighthouse, and a lovely Main Street filled with shops and restaurants.

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5. Falmouth Falmouth boasts beautiful beaches, the Shining Sea Bikeway for cycling, and the renowned Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

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6. Martha's Vineyard A ferry ride away, Martha's Vineyard is known for its charming towns, beaches, and historic sites, including the Gingerbread Cottages in Oak Bluffs.

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7. Nantucket Nantucket is another picturesque island with cobblestone streets, historic whaling homes, and beautiful beaches. 

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8. Sandwich Sandwich is Cape Cod's oldest town and is rich in history with attractions like the Sandwich Glass Museum, Heritage Museums & Gardens.

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9. Wellfleet Wellfleet is famous for its art galleries, the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary, and delicious fresh oysters. Don't miss the annual Wellfleet OysterFest.

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10. Cape Cod Rail Trail For outdoor enthusiasts, the Cape Cod Rail Trail offers scenic biking and walking trails through the Cape's natural beauty.

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