Beaches, Breakers and Dunes, Oh My

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Check into the Inn at the Moors on the western edge of town. Early birds can catch the sunrise at the Cape Cod National Seashore nearby before settling into a fresh breakfast on the Inn's outdoor deck.

2

Suit up and head to Herring Cove Beach, one of the Cape's most beautiful beaches and just a 15-minute walk from the hotel. There is also a shuttle bus that runs on the half hour with stops at both places. Beach amenities include the Far Land snack shack, picnic tables, large restrooms with changing rooms and showers and lifeguards.

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To get out on the water and explore the tidal lake, book one of Provincetown Aquasports' popular kayak tours in advance, available during high tide.
4
Head into town and pick up a packed lunch at Far Land Provisions general store for your hike across the Provincetown breaker to Long Point Beach, the most untouched and remote on the Cape. The hike can take up to two hours, and is over rocky terrain, so be sure to wear appropriate shoes. If you're too tired to walk back after lunch, grab the Long Point Shuttle, which runs several times a day in the summer months.
5

Catch a spectacular sunset onboard Art's Dune Tours along stretches of beautiful secluded coast on the tip of the outer Cape, a memorable experience full of natural beauty and a fascinating history of dune shack culture. Although you can pack your own drinks and snacks, tours can be customized with lobster dinners, clambakes and bonfires on the beach.

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Finish off the night at the Nor'East Beer Garden, a rustic spot with great outdoor seating and a creative drinks list of small-batch beer and handcrafted cocktails.