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Provincetown appeals to a great variety of people and speaks to them in deep and personal ways. It is one of those rare and special places where its residents can't help but feel filled by the positive energy the town exudes. It's the most energetic and diversely populated small fishing village in the world. No matter who you are the community of Provincetown will warmly welcome you and you will instantly feel at home.

 

The waters around Provincetown are home to three species of whales - the fin, humpback, and right whale. Whale-watching boats leave regularly from MacMillan Pier and Fisherman's Wharf - both a few minutes walk from The Sandpiper.


Cape Cod National Sea Shore


Provincetown is surrounded by the Cape Cod National Sea Shore, a 30 mile stretch of unspoilt nature protected from development forever by John F. Kennedy during his term as President of the United States. The nature preserves encompassing pine forests, marshes, swamps, cranberry bogs, and other topographical features are patterned with well-marked walking and cycling trails filled with native flora and fauna. Thanks to the establishment of the Cape Cod National Seashore in 1961, in low season you can walk for almost 30 miles along the Atlantic beach and rarely see a trace of human habitation, other than the lighthouses that stand watch over the Cape's dangerous shoals and a few old shacks in the dunes of Provincetown.