Herring Cove Beach
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If you are up for an adventure take a trip to Provincetown to see this beach! It is an hour drive but really a great place to visit. There is a snack shack , bathrooms and outside showers to rinse off. Sometimes at night they have live music. Catching a sunset here is also really fun! If you…
The most beautiful sunsets in Provincetown. Take your car out there and park before the sunset and just sit and wait for magic to happen in front of you. Very busy during the summer season.
Local beach. Used to be called New Beach by the locals. Food/Drinks available by Farland's on the Beach. Check out music nights and beach fires in high season and weather permitting on Wednesdays and Sundays during sunset.
Best Sunset view this side of CA. The National Seashore Park offers bonfire permits, get one and spend an evening on the beach you will never forget.
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“This place sells everything from shoes, to raincoats, to household odds and ends and everything in between! Fun place to explore!”
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“Best bike rental deal in town. If you come to Ptown bike-less and car-less, rent a bike. Access the bike trails and beaches easily and cheaply.”
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“Parking. Trendy and fairly expensive. People love this restaurant for the incredible views of the bay especially during sunset. They also have an oyster bar during the afternoon if you want to sit in an Adirondack chair and stare at the water.”
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“Probably the busiest and most popular market in town. This place is usually slamming all times of the day throughout the summer. A great place to grab some breakfast sandwiches, prepared foods or baked goods. ”
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Bar à cocktails
“Enter through the Aquarium Mall food court and find an etertaining deck with a bar and adjacent oyster bar. Tent area and open air area with tables and umbrellas too. Belly up to the side of the deck with cocktails, seafood, or food from the food court. Kids welcome here to dine at a picic table, but it can be boysterous. Families lean toward the lower non-deck area with kids.”
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