A stunning seascape and part of the National Seashore, Race Point offers glimpses of native wildlife in a protected setting.
Take a drive to Race Point Beach, a stretch of sand that separates downtown Provincetown from the rest of the Cape and one of the most spectacular beaches in the region. A wide strip of sand framed by dunes, north-facing Race Point receives unobstructed light from sunrise to sunset. You can also visit the Old Harbor Life Saving Station.
If you find you have more time on your hands, Provincetown boasts more than one great beach. You could spend the day trawling a slew of top beaches, including Coast Guard, Nauset, Nauset Light Beach and Herring Cove Beach.