Popular Provincetown Draws Repeat Visitors
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Is Provincetown Worth a Visit?
Provincetown, called P-Town by locals, is located in the outermost point of Cape Cod. Known as an artist's haven, there are treasures awaiting you in the eclectic galleries along Commercial Street
Over 30 miles of beach front and an active historic seaport make Provincetown the perfect launching point for whale watching. History buffs appreciate the Pilgrim Monument (the tallest granite structure in America) and Provincetown Heritage Museum. And, when the sun goes down, nightlife is Provincetown is anything but boring.
Provincetown is not a day-trip kind of place. There's way too much to enjoy. Fortunately finding perfect accommodations is easy. Provincetown vacation home rentals are as diverse as the town itself. For example, couples seeking a romantic retreat fall in love with The Tree House with its amazing unobstructed views of the harbor. Rent in July and August is $1,700 per week. Shoulder or off season rates are a bargain at $150 per night for a three night minimum stay. For a group of family or friends, nearby Treetops Duplex sits upon the top of its own hill in Provincetown's East End and is surrounded by private gardens and breath-taking views of the entire Provincetown Harbor. Off-season rates start September 9th at $200 per night (three night minimum) or $1,700 per week.
It is said that no one forgets their first visit to Provincetown and no one makes the first visit the last.