At the farthest tip of Cape Cod, discover America’s oldest continuous art colony - and the East Coast’s favorite destination for experimentation. The first landing point of the Mayflower, Provincetown served as a shelter for Pilgrims fleeing from judgement and scrutiny in 1620, perhaps even then destined to become the haven for free thinkers and artists that it is today. The thriving LGBT community is a flagship of this town's vibrant culture.
Oozing plenty of Cape Cod charm, the vibrant streets of P-town are filled with cosmopolitan mix of people, progressive art galleries, eateries and speciality shops. The Harbor atmosphere bustles with fishing boats and whale watchers, while Race Point and Herring Cove beaches beckon with dreamy shorelines and romantic sunsets. P-town really comes to life after dark, as revellers enjoy the lively restaurants, theater, cabaret, live music and nightclubs centred in and around Commercial Street.