Getting Here

Atlantic Bay Sotheby's International Realty wants to offer you information about traveling to the Outer Cape. Here you will find information on getting to and from the Outer Cape as well as getting around while you’re here!

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By Car: Travel to Cape Cod by your preferred route. Cross the Sagamore Bridge or Bourne Bridge and follow the signs to Route 6. Take Route 6 to your destination. Wellfleet, Truro and Provincetown are the last three towns on the Cape, all located right off Route 6.

By Bus: Travel from Boston to Cape Cod by bus on the Plymouth-Brockton Bus Line or from Providence, travel on Peter Pan Bus from other cities, and connect in Hyannis to the Plymouth-Brockton Bus all the way out to the Outer Cape.

By AIr: Cape Air services Provincetown from Boston's Logan airport in terminal A. Cape Air flies to Provincetown every day of the year, with a larger schedule of departure times in the high season. This is a scenic and convenient way to travel to the Outer Cape. The flight takes 25 minutes. For schedules and fares, visit the Cape Air website.

By Water: Two Cruise companies service Provincetown from Boston. Traveling by ferry is pleasant and convenient. Boston Harbor Cruises depart from Long Wharf and Bay State Cruise Company departs from the World Trade Center Pier on Seaport Blvd.

While you are here, you will find that it is easy to get around by foot or on bicycle. Rent a bike for your entire stay at P-town Bikes.