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Escape the city and experience the beauty and charm of an exclusive stretch of America's Atlantic Coast from Cape Cod to The Hamptons.
Destinations > New England > New England Seaside Escape
Eight nights accommodation, eight days car rental, sightseeing as per itinerary, travel on ferries as specified, maps, driving directions and information pack.
Note: One way rental fee from Boston to New York City is not included in the price and must be paid locally.
This leisurely journey takes you through some of the east coast of the USA’s most charming towns and villages. Enjoy a leisurely cruise in Hyannis, discover the lively artist colony of Provincetown, visit the six independent towns that make up Martha’s Vineyard and stroll around the charming villages in The Hamptons.
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Visit the white sand beaches and picturesque seaside towns and villages that dot Maine's southern coast.
Enjoy an excursion to Martha's Vineyard to see a variety of landscapes and the historic independent towns.
Explore Cape Cod and its beaches, shopping, golf courses, hiking and biking trails, lighthouses and fine dining.
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Stroll Boston’s lively neighbourhoods and discover some of the city’s great restaurants.
This morning, depart for Cape Cod. In Hyannis, enjoy a leisurely one hour cruise on Lewis Bay and Hyannis Harbour. Sail past vistas of historical interest, scenic islands and beaches. Travel to the neighbouring village of Yarmouth. Centrally located on Cape Cod, it’s a short drive to all that Cape Cod has to offer.
Today, visit the Cape Cod National Seashore to explore lighthouses, quaint coastal communities, and natural scenic beauty. Stroll through the charming village of Chatham before visiting the lively artist colony of Provincetown. Here you may wish to enjoy a whale watch, shop in the towns many eclectic art galleries and shops or spend the day relaxing at your hotel’s beach.
Board the ferry with your vehicle in Woods Hole for the short ride to Martha’s Vineyard.
Enjoy an excursion of the Vineyard to see a variety of
landscapes in the six independent towns whose separate histories form a composite
tale of the island’s past. Visit “downisland”, the busy, fashionable eastern half of the
Vineyard where Oak Bluffs, Edgartown, and Vineyard Haven lure the rich and famous and
“upisland”, the sparsely populated and sleepy towns to the west.
This afternoon, visit Mystic Seaport, the Museum of America and the Sea. Spend the night in Old Saybrook, a charming, historical, coastal community.
It’s a short ride to the Orient Point Ferry where you and your vehicle board for the 40 minute trip to the tip of Long Island. Upon arrival head into North Fork to visit wineries and explore the region before continuing to The Hamptons by ferry.
Stroll the charming villages filled with boutique shops and art galleries, have a picnic at an outdoor concert, tour the historic mansions or just relax on the beach.
This morning, travel west towards New York where you’ll
drop off the car at the end of your journey.
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11 Days / 10 Nights
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