People have their escapes. Many say Hawaii or the Caribbean is for them. But for New Englanders, nothing is closer to the heart or the home, then their Cape Cod. A little slice of peace and tranquility in the otherwise busy and bustling Northeast, Cape Cod has long sat as a peaceful harbor where summertime visitors can come to eat oysters, go sailing, hit nine holes of golf, or simply relax on sugary beaches and remember the finer points of life.
For such a quaint area, you’d expect Cape Cod to be much more isolated than it really is. Departing from Boston, a Fast Ferry can take you to this summertime retreat in only 90 minutes. And whether you’re traveling by yourself or with the family in tow, from sailing to simply digging for clams, Cape Cod has something for everybody.