The Top 5 Places to Watch the Sunset on Cape CodAdd to My Luxx Living
Cape Cod is one of the best places in the world to watch the sunset, and we’ve narrowed down the top 5 locations to best enjoy the experience. If we missed your favorite spot, or you have a list of your own, feel free to add your submissions in the comments below. If you have any of your favorite photos you’d like to submit, feel free to tag us on our Instagram page. Enjoy!
Note: This list originally included Nauset Light Beach and Chatham Lighthouse Beach, but were substituted for better alternatives.
Home to one of the best visual experiences available on the Cape. Couple that with a luxurious meal and seasonal cocktail and you’ve got the whole package. This is the perfect way to celebrate your time on the Cape with family, friends, or spouse.
Grab the car, throw on 4 wheel drive, deflate the tires, and head out onto Sandy Neck to catch one of the best views Cape Cod has to offer. While there’s a walk-on beach as well, the full experience is to be enjoyed by the fire at the end of a long day.
Completely surrounded by the ocean, Knob Pointe is one of the most unique experiences on Cape Cod. Try to go on a late September evening to enjoy some solitude as this can be a busy spot during the bustling summer months.
At the highest point on what feels like the edge of the world, you’ll never forget a sunset from the peaks of the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum. It’s a hike to get to the top, but the view is completely worth the struggle.
Walk out at low tide (if you can) and enjoy an expansive view of the horizon as the sun sets over the bay.
As if the name didn’t make it an obvious choice, Sunset Hill is close to a perfect spot to watch the sun go down on the Cape. Sit on the bench at the top of the hill or the tables just a short distance away, bring a blanket if it’s cold, and soak in the sights.
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