Summer Guide Cape Cod

Summer Guide Cape Cod 2019

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Page 95 of 147 94 the causeway, schedule a whale watching excursion or simply interact with the local fisherman. "Provincetown is the only destination on the Cape that features more than 200 shops, over 80 eateries and over 60 art galleries," Luca added. "We're also the only town on the Cape that has three lighthouses: Long Point, Wood End and Race Point - and we are a 100-percent walking town, so no car is needed while here. We are, however, extremely bike friendly; and we encourage our visitors to bring their own bikes or visit our bike rental places and explore the town on their own." Provincetown is also a distinguished LGBT community, with a long-standing history of opening its arms to visitors of all backgrounds and interests. Several LGBT celebrations take place throughout the summer, including Prov- incetown Pride Weekend in June, Family Pride Week in August and Carnival, a week-long fes- tival featuring unique costumes, a parade, and block parties. The festivities take place along Commercial Street, the hub of Provincetown. "Everyone is welcome here!" Luca added. Whether exploring Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro or Provincetown, the Outer Cape should not be overlooked when planning a summer vacation. With its assortment of beaches, na- ture trails, lighthouses and other historic land- marks, as well as events for the entire family, the Outer Cape is guaranteed to leave visitors with memories that will last a lifetime.• Commercial Street, Provincetown Provincetown Harbor Provincetown Harbor

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