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The Town of Dennis

The town of Dennis features beaches and waterfront on the north and south shores of Cape Cod. Our "This is Dennis" video spotlights what makes Dennis special!
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This is Plymouth

South of Boston, along Cape Cod Bay lies the town of Plymouth. Home of "Plymouth Rock" where it's said the courageous Pilgrims first landed in the New World aboard the Mayflower centuries ago. See how they survived at Plimoth Plantation - living history.
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This is Sandwich

The Town of Sandwich on Cape Cod enjoys a combination of both beauty and history. Its Cape Cod Bay shoreline, Mill Creek, many ponds, conservation areas, museums and so much more offer visitors and inhabitants a variety of special places to visit and share.
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This is the South Coast

The South Coast of Massachusetts is a special place. Just across the canal from Cape Cod with its shoreline on Buzzards Bay, the area includes the towns of Marion, Mattapoisett, and Rochester.
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This is Truro

The town of Truro is almost to the tip of Cape Cod. Its natural beauty, National Seashore with shorelines on both Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean have drawn many artists, architects, and craftspeople to call Truro home.
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This is Harwich

Harwich is located on the south side of Cape Cod with miles of sandy beach fronting Nantucket Sound. Residents and visitors enjoy its 3 harbors with direct deep water access, large freshwater lakes and ponds, rivers to explore by canoe or kayak, quaint shops, public golf, parks, and so much more.
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This is Chatham

Come explore and enjoy the natural beauty of Chatham, located on the edge of a national park, where wildlife abounds.
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This is Osterville

Local residents share their thoughts on living and working in the charming seaside village of Osterville.
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This is Falmouth

Come explore the town of Falmouth where you can hop on a ferry to the Vineyard, take a bike ride along the Shining Sea bike path, visit the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, visit the Museums on the Green or just enjoy the day at one of the many beautiful beaches located in this wonderful town.
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This is Orleans

The Town of Orleans is considered by many to be the center of the Lower Cape. Located at the elbow of Cape Cod, it offers coastlines on Cape Cod Bay, the Atlantic Ocean, Pleasant Bay, and Town Cove. Theater, arts, entertainment galore and an interesting history, too.
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The Ridge Club in Sandwich

The Ridge Club in Sandwich offers its members a full Country Club experience. Along with its championship golf course, members can enjoy swimming, tennis and an array of wonderful social activities for family and friends. Surrounded by beautiful homes, The Ridge Club has it all.
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Wequasset Jazz Festival

A Cape Cod tradition for 10 years this event showcases the musical talent of a Chatham resident and several area musicians.
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The Belmont

Once the a magnificent, world renowned, beachfront hotel in West Harwich, it has been retooled into luxurious condominium units of all shapes and sizes. Overlooking the warm waters of Nantucket Sound, it offers its residents a care-free Cape Cod life-style
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The Outer Cape

Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet and Eastham comprise the Outer Cape. Listen to local residents' thoughts about what to see and do on the Outer Cape.
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This is Provincetown

Out to the very tip of Cape Cod, you find Provincetown. Nearly surrounded by water, Provincetown shares its unique geography with a fascinating history and citizenry. Once primarily a whaling and fishing village, now also home for artists, poets, writers and more.
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This is Wellfleet

Wellfleet is surrounded by ocean, bays and tidal ponds offering something for everyone. From aquaculture farming of shellfish, beaches and boating to a culturally diverse art community and one of the last surviving drive-in theaters in the state!
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The Lower Cape

What do you do on the Lower Cape? Thoughts from local residents on where to go and what to do in Harwich, Chatham, Orleans and Brewster.
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This is Brewster

A town with no working traffic lights on Cape Cod? You can walk a mile on the flats at low tide? Sea Captain's homes lining the roads? Sounds like a place not to be missed on the Cape.
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The Mid Cape

Residents of Barnstable, Yarmouth and Dennis provide their thoughts on what not to miss on your visit to the Mid-Cape area.
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This is Barnstable Village

Historic and vibrant, Barnstable Village is often referred to as the Center of Cape Cod. Established in the early 1600's, much of its history has been preserved. Home to museums, courthouses, theater, the arts, and the harbor overlooking beautiful Sandy Neck. Barnstable Village is a special place.
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The Upper Cape

Once over the bridges you are on the Upper Cape. Listen to local residents talk about what makes this a special place to live and work.
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This is Yarmouth

From Yarmouth's rich history has grown a Cape Cod seaside community that can welcome and entertain both its visitors and residents. 15 of Cape Cod’s finest fresh and saltwater beaches, several golf courses challenging all levels, historical and cultural sites, indoor and outdoor activities galore.
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