The Outer Cape consists of Eastham, Welfleet, Truro and Provincetown
Eastham is home of the Nauset Light and the Three Sisters of Nauset Lighthouses- these are great for exploring! The Cape Cod National Seashore is a landmark. Many locals and visitors go to explore the seashore during the season- its long stretch of beach runs from Orleans to Welfleet. There are many local places to dine, which feature fresh seafood in the summer months.
Welfleet is a hidden treasure- you can’t go wrong with the beaches or restaurants there. The Beachcomber is a well-known restaurant overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. In Welfeet you can swim, lounge or grab a bite to eat. Welfleet, known for its oysters, holds an Oyster Festival every year that brings in thousands of people from all over the globe.
Truro is a great getaway. If you are looking for a peaceful, relaxing environment, Truro may be the place for you! In Truro, visit the Highland Light Lighthouse, or gaze out at the beautiful sunsets over Cape Cod Bay. The Truro Vineyards is a great treat if you are in the area- and in peak season, it is a beautiful place to relax.
Provincetown is the last town, located at the very tip of Cape Cod. Race Point Beach, Race Point Lighthouse, the Pilgrim Monument, and Commercial Street are just a few of the places you should visit! In Provincetown you can take the ferry to Boston, or go Whale and Dolphin watching.