Things to see and do - Provincetown
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Provincetown Travel guide
Provincetown : Michelin's recommendations
Extending to the top of Cape Cod, Provincetown, or "P-town," as it is known locally, combines elements of a fishing village, artists' colony and resort. During the summer the town bustles with visitors, many of them gay and lesbian, who weave in and out of the shops, galleries and eating places that line the narrow streets, especially along Commercial Street, the main thoroughfare. The beaches of nearby Cape Cod National Seashore provide a welcome respite from the crowds.
Tourist attractions Provincetown : Things to see and do
One High Pole Hill Rd USA - Provincetown, MA 02657
You can't miss this granite structure, built to commemorate the Pilgrims' 1620 landing here-it towers 252 feet above the town. Climb the 166 steps, and you'll be rewarded with sweeping views of P-town, its harbor and the lower Cape. You enter the tow..
171 Race Point Rd USA - Provincetown, MA 02657
Sign up for a guided nature walk here. The observation deck atop the building provides a lovely panorama of the dunes. After visiting the center, follow the road to Race Point Beach, where a two-mile walk leads to Race Point Lighthouse.
USA - Provincetown, MA 02657
This tour by four-wheel-drive vehicle is a magnificent way to explore the spectacular Provincetown Dunes of the Cape Cod National Seashore, both of which are constantly being reshaped by the winds. Art's also offers sunrise and sunset tours.
105 Bradford Street Extension USA - Provincetown MA 02657
280 Bradford Street USA - Provincetown MA 02657
Prix Prices from : 209 $
This Provincetown accommodation is nestled on 7 acres of land and features an on-site beach volleyball court and an outdoor heated pool. The Cape Cod National Seashore Beach is 3 miles away. A refrigerator, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi are provided in e..
67 Bradford Street USA - Provincetown MA 02657