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Best Beaches on Cape Cod, according to TripAdvisor

Bill Regan

Race Point Beach on the National Seashore in Provincetown tops the list.

Do as the locals do. These are the top beaches on Cape Cod as Cape Codders have voted on Trip Advisor.

Race Point Beach, Provincetown

Coast Guard Beach, Eastham

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Marconi Beach, Wellfleet

Nauset Beach, Orleans

Herring Cove Beach, Provincetown

Skaket Beach, Orleans

Long Point, Provincetown

Sandy Neck Beach, Barnstable

Old Silver Beach, Falmouth

The comments

Marconi Beach: “Truthfully, there is no ‘bad’ choice for a beach in all of Wellfleet. All are ‘family’ friendly, great places to meet and greet folks.” ... Long Point: “Now this is a spot, no matter if it is peak season or off season. You can always find some peace and quiet to just take it all in. . . . Breathtaking views.” ... Coast Guard Beach: “Best Beach and Hiking Trail” ... Race Point Beach: “Race Point Beach is the most unprotected of the three Provincetown beaches. It is on the north side of the Cape and is the true North Atlantic. The waves are bigger, the beach is wider, and the water colder. . . . One of the great pluses is the opportunity to see whales. There are often whale sightings from the beach.”

Coast Guard Beach.

AP Photo/Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce, Margo Tabb, File

Coast Guard Beach.

Race Point Beach.

Bill Regan for the Boston Globe

Race Point Beach.

Marconi Beach.

Tom Herde/Globe Staff/File

Marconi Beach.

This content was provided to the Globe through an editorial partnership with Newton-based TripAdvisor. For more of TripAdvisor’s reviews, download the company’s smartphone application.
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