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  • Falmouth

    Falmouth is just one of Cape Cod’s treasures, located in the southwestern part of the Cape and encompasses several small villages with over 68 miles of coastline and 10 beaches.

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    Falmouth is just one of Cape Cod’s treasures, located in the southwestern part of the Cape and encompasses several small villages with over 68 miles of coastline and 10 beaches.

    Stroll Falmouth Village’s tree-lined Main Street and you’ll find quaint shops filled with unique gifts, and delightful restaurants to suit every palate from ethnic restaurants to fresh fish and seafood dishes. From day spas to night life, Falmouth Village’s little corner of Cape Cod offers a variety of options to keep you occupied.

    Whether it be boating, windsurfing, fishing, jet skiing or simply soaking up the sun, there is something for everyone on the beaches of Falmouth. Make sure you head to Chapoquoit beach or Old Silver beach to catch one of the stunning sunsets.

    Hike or bike along many of the paths and trails through a natural setting of salt marsh, cranberry bogs, ponds and woodlands, to sandy shores and a busy working harbor offering scenic views of the coastline.

    Enjoy a round of golf at one of the five golfcourses, venture out and see the whales, or stroll through Falmouth’s farmers market for a more authentic local flair.

    There are distinctive historical districts within the town well worth visiting from Falmouth Village to North and West Falmouth and Waquoit historic district. Or hop on the ferry over to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket.

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    • Top Tip 1

      Catch the Boston Red Sox in a game of baseball at their famous Fenway Park, which celebrated its millennium in 2012. Soak up the friendly but electric atmosphere as you try to work out the rules of the game!

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      Shopaholics should head to Boston’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace for big-name as well as eclectic stores or to Newbury Street, the most exclusive shopping street in New England. Here you’ll find unique art and craft galleries, jewellery outlets and boutiques.

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      Cape Cod is one of the best places for a whale-watching boat trip (the season is from May to October). You may see dolphins as well as Humpback, Minke and Finback whales.

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      Escape the crowds on the more remote beaches of the Cape Cod National Seashore coastline. Or, take the foot passenger ferry from Hyannis to Oak Bluffs on the boutique island of Martha's Vineyard. Hire bicycles and ride to the south shore for the beautiful beaches.

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      So much of New England is about food! Try clam chowder in famous Quincy Market Food Hall, fresh lobster anywhere in Maine and, of course, a tub of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream made in Vermont.

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      Visit the Berkshires, Massachusetts in summer time and catch one of the many summer festivals. It’s the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the theatre festival in Stockbridge and the music festival in Tanglewood.

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      Ride the Cog Railway to the peak of Mount Washington in New Hampshire. You'll travel above the clouds and see some spectacular scenery along the way.

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      Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts is a living history museum which recreates an 1830’s New England rural village. Costumed staff perform the routines of everyday life of the 19th century.

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      Visit the breathtaking millionaires’ mansions of Newport, Rhode Island, built over 100 years ago by America's wealthiest families - the Vanderbilt’s, Astor’s and Belmont’s to name but a few.

    • Top Tip 10

      Enjoy a summer boat ride aboard The Spirit of Ethan Allen or a lunch cruise on the Northern Lights cruise ship on the 125-mile long Lake Champlain.

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