Resort Deals Cape Cod and the Islands

Resort Deals Cape CodThere are some Cape Cod Resort Deals as we head into the beautiful New England fall season. The Best Cape Cod Hotels are bursting with fun activities for visitors who want to get out and explore all the region has to offer during autumn.

One of the best things to do on Cape Cod in the fall is to hop on a ferry and explore the Cape Cod islands of Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket. There is amazing golf, beautiful beaches with stunning dunes, unforgettable cuisine, pristine conservation land, water sports, and some incredible romantic spots.

Martha’s Vineyard

Locals refer to Martha’s Vineyard as just “the Vineyard”. And, also according to local lingo, you are either “on island” or “off island.” Just a short 45-minute ferry ride from Cape Cod, the Vineyard is wonderful day trip for vacationers. There, you will find great shopping, sandy beaches, exquisite sailing, quaint gingerbread cottages, gorgeous lighthouses, farmer’s markets, and the magical Flying Horses carousel.

Don’t forget to bring you camera! There are plenty of celeb sightings in the spring, summer, and fall… even the first family vacations on the Vineyard in August!

Nantucket

Unlike the Vineyard, Nantucket feels like its own little world. The pace is slower, yet the beauty is unforgettable. The beaches seemed to be always perfectly windswept, and the lighthouses majestic. National Geographic even once called Nantucket “the best island in the world.”

Visitors to Nantucket don’t even need a car. Ride a bike or rent a moped and scooter around the island. Swimming, surfing, boutique shopping, fishing, and dining on fresh seafood are all glorious ways to spend a day.

Cape Cod

Cape Cod is a unique and charming vacation destination that will have you yearning to come back year-after-year. Its stunning beaches are consistently ranked among the best in the U.S. Combine the beaches with all the fun things to do and Best Cape Cod Hotels… and you’ve got yourself a vacation to remember for a lifetime.

Isn’t it time to visit the Cape?

 

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