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PROVINCETOWN ARTS is an annual magazine published since 1985. PROVINCETOWN magazine features local news related to entertainment, wellness, shopping and dinning, business directory and more. It publishes a uniquely balanced blend — interviews, essays, reviews, fiction, visual features, reporting, poetry— with a view toward demonstrating that a community of artists, functioning outside the urban centers.
 

 

Provincetown is a wonderful place to visit, with its rich heritage and natural resources.

Provincetown – Coastal Town for Tourists

Provincetown is a coastal town located in the extreme tip of Cape Cod. With a year-round population of only 3,000, Provincetown is the most preferred vacation spot in this part of Massachusetts, with the population going up to about 60,000 during the summer months.
What does Provincetown have to offer?
This particular town in the Cape Cod area has long been known for its breathtaking coastal area and for being a valuable fishing ground to fishermen and hobbyists. Families can also enjoy PTown in various ways, with activities in the beach and beyond, enough to have them preoccupied for the duration of their stay.
Although part of the National Seashore, waves in the Race Point and Herring Cove beaches in Provincetown are actually quite gentle and safe even for young kids. If the family decides not to swim, doing other things such as having picnics, making sandcastles or playing in the sand is also a perfect way to spend the day. Short cruises around the beach are also ideal to get kids introduced to nature and its little critters. Whale watching is also another fun activity to do with the family.
Provincetown is a coastal town located in the extreme tip of Cape Cod. With a year-round population of only 3,000, Provincetown is the most preferred vacation spot in this part of Massachusetts, with the population going up to about 60,000 during the summer months.
What does Provincetown have to offer?
This particular town in the Cape Cod area has long been known for its breathtaking coastal area and for being a valuable fishing ground to fishermen and hobbyists. Families can also enjoy PTown in various ways, with activities in the beach and beyond, enough to have them preoccupied for the duration of their stay.
Although part of the National Seashore, waves in the Race Point and Herring Cove beaches in Provincetown are actually quite gentle and safe even for young kids. If the family decides not to swim, doing other things such as having picnics, making sandcastles or playing in the sand is also a perfect way to spend the day. Short cruises around the beach are also ideal to get kids introduced to nature and its little critters. Whale watching is also another fun activity to do with the family.
If all the swimming is done, one may also head to museums such as the Pilgrim Monument and Museum and the Pirate Ship Whydah Museum for some great way to learn new things about the place. Biking around the area is also fun to do in Provincetown and kids may stop over at the playground to take a break while moms and dads do some leisure shopping at Commercial Street.
There are more things to enjoy in Provincetown, and you just have to do is discover each with your time and effort. The town has much to offer than those that are written on forums or other Internet Sites.