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Yarmouth lies directly to the east of Barnstable in Barnstable County. It includes three smaller villages that include Yarmouth Port, West Yarmouth, and South Yarmouth Part of the original Plymouth Colony that was established in 1639. Along with Sandwich, Yarmouth holds the distinction of being the oldest town on Cape Cod. Named after a town […]

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Located directly south of Truro and just to the north of the elbow of the Cape, Wellfleet is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the country. Much like Truro, almost half of the city’s land belongs to the Cape Cod National Seashore, established by President Kennedy in 1961. The city is most famous […]

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Truro is the section of Cape Cod/Barnstable County that connects Provincetown to the rest of the arm. It’s located approximately 100 miles from Boston. The small resort town is made up of two smaller villages, North Truro and Truro proper. Sometimes referred to as the Outer Cape, Truro gets its name from its sister village […]

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Sandwich is the oldest town on Cape Cod. Located in Barnstable County, it is located just northwest of Barnstable proper. Settled in 1639, was originally a Quaker settlement. The area has an abundance of historic homes and locations. This includes the Benjamin Holway House that was built in 1789 and the Benjamin Nye Homestead located […]

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Located in Barnstable, County, Provincetown can be found at the very tip of Cape Cod. As a resort town, the population fluctuates greatly from season to season. In the offseason, the population can drop to as low as 3,000 people and then skyrocket to above 60.000 during peak travel times. Known for its beautiful beaches […]

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Located just above the tip of the elbow and spanning from side to side, Orleans is considered a coastal town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts. One of the smaller communities, Orleans is a common tourist attraction due to the fact tourists must pass through it to get to the tip of Cape Cod. The beaches that […]

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Located between Falmouth and Barnstable in Barnstable County, Mashpee is the home of the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe. When Europeans first made contact with the tribe in the seventeenth century, they were in control of most of the coastal areas. The settlers and natives interacted with one another for decades and worked together, shaping many of the local communities and […]

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Lying just to the west of the elbow portion of Cape Cod, Harwich rests along the southern edge of the arm. Harwich is in close proximity of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Nantucket Sound borders the area beaches. There are three operational harbors in Harwich Port, including Saquatucket, Allen Harbors, and Wychmere. Several villages make […]

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Falmouth is Cape Cod’s second largest municipality. In addition to the two small villages that are not designated by the census, Waquoit and Hatchville, Falmouth also encompasses Woods Hole, North Falmouth, West Falmouth, East Falmouth, Falmouth Village, and Teaticket. Falmouth takes up the southern portion of the land that actually connects Cape Cod to the […]

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Eastham is one of the landing sites of the Mayflower. In 1620, when the Mayflower party landed, the area was occupied by the Nauset Tribe. Even though it was one of the earliest sites to be visited by the Europeans, a settlement wasn’t actually established until 1644. The surrounding communities of Truro, Orleans, Wellfleet, Eastham […]

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