Are you traveling down the Cape for some fun in the sun? Here's a list of the top 10 best beaches, according to us... on Cape Cod!

With the help of Cape Cod Online, we searched, picked and chose The Top 10 Beaches of Cape Cod.

 

  • 10

    Bristol Beach

    Menauhant Road Falmouth, MA

    Medium-sized beach. Lots of room. Nice sand. Shelly. Small waves. Not crowded. Nice view. Small rock jetties. Large parking. Attendant on duty. No boardwalk. Right off road. Families. Lot closes at 9 p.m.

    Jenn Keaveney via Bristol Beach on Facebook
  • 9

    East Sandwich Beach

    North Shore Boulevard Sandwich, MA

    East Sandwich Beach is a beautiful, 100-yard stretch of beach on Cape Cod Bay. Located on North Shore Road, the East Sandwich Beach lies behind the grass-covered dunes beyond a row of gray- shingle beach cottages. Nearby parking is limited. Nice soft sand. Not crowded. Small waves. Beautiful unblemished view. Rock jetties. Small dune to walk over. Medium parking. Attendant on duty. Peaceful.

    Kate Jennings via East Sandwich Beach Facebook
  • 8

    Seagull Beach

    Seagull road off South Sea Ave

    The Town of Yarmouth is home to many beautiful salt water and fresh water beaches. During the summer season (May-September), our beaches are open and staffed (lifeguards, gate attendants, etc) from 8am to 4pm. Most of our beaches have a bathhouse and two beaches offer a snack bar to patrons. No alcohol is allowed on any beach, parking lot or any other town property or facility at any time.

    http://www.yarmouth.ma.us/index.aspx?NID=671
  • 7

    Nauset Beach

    Atlantic Ocean- 250 Beach Rd.

    Beautiful sunrises, excellent bass and blue fishing, surfing, sunbathing, swimming in cool ocean waters, free Monday night concerts at the gazebo (July and August). Amenities: 900 car parking lot (fee charged in season), rest rooms, changing rooms, outside showers, handicapped accessibility, boardwalks over dunes, lifeguards, snack bar (world-famous onion rings), and off-road vehicle trails (permit required year-round.)

    Patti King via Nauset Beach Facebook
  • 6

    Boat Meadow Beach

    Bayview Road Eastham, MA 02642

    A sweet little perch on Cape Cod Bay. Best swimming at high tide. Nice tide pools and flats at low tide. Small, but long. Grassy. Calm water. Not crowded. Small parking area. No attendant.

    Cape Cod Online
  • 5

    Head of the Meadows

    According to The National Park Service, this beach in North Truro, the wreck of the Frances, which was sunk in a December gale in 1872, may still be seen at low tide.  How cool is that.  There is also a life guard on duty.  Truro is a quiet, quaint town with gorgeous white sandy beaches.

    Town of Truro Website
  • 4

    Herring Cove Beach

    Province Lands Rd, Provincetown, MA 02657

    Provincetown is located at the furthest east you can get, the very tip of Cape Cod.  They are know for their beautiful sunsets with nothing by ocean views for miles.  This is one of the most popular beaches on the Cape.  With one visit, we're sure you'll agree!

    Jens Schlueter via Herring Cove Beach Facebook
  • 3

    Kalmus Park Beach

    Off of Hawes Ave Hyannis, MA

    Popular windsurfing & swimming beach with a seasonal concession stand, showers & other amenities.

  • 2

    Horizons Beach

    Town Neck Road Sandwich, MA

    Large, long beach. Lots of room. Not crowded. Medium parking. No attendant. Rocky, but soft sand. Rock jetties. Nice view. Families and older.

  • 1

    Veteran's Park Beach

    480 Ocean St, Hyannis, MA 02601

    Tranquil beach with showers & a snack bar, backed by a park with JFK & Korean War veteran memorials.

    Diana Peiren Morgan via Veterans Park Beach Facebook