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  1. From Boston to Provincetown

    Each way
    BOS-PVC

    Departing 02/21/2020

    $80*
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Things to do in Provincetown

Traveling to Provincetown, MA is a breeze with fast flights from Cape Air.

In 1989, Cape Air launched its regional air service with its first flight between Provincetown and Boston – to this day it is still one of our most popular routes.

This historic town sits at the northern tip of Cape Cod, and in its own right is a unique, magical place that has acted as a long-time haven for artists and the LGBTQ community. While the town is small in size, it is in no way quiet. With numerous restaurants, galleries, night clubs, cabarets, and specialty shops on and around Commercial Street, there is always something fun to do!

Flights to Provincetown are fast and frequent.

Provincetown Municipal Airport, located at 176 Race Point Road, is only two miles from the central business district of Provincetown. Cape Air offers daily flights to and from our hub at Boston’s Logan International Airport.

And have you heard? New York to Provincetown service is back! Service from Westchester County or Manhattan to Provincetown starts June of 2019, seats are available for booking now.

Planning your Provincetown getaway:

  • Explore colorful, quirky Commercial Street. From art galleries, B&Bs and great local eats this eclectic little community offers an abundance of activity during the popular tourist season.
  • Visit one of the country’s most unique landscapes. Experience the history, culture, and ecology of the Provincetown Dunes in the National Seashore Park. Art’s Dunes Tours offer historical tours, photography tours and a sunset excursion ending with dinner on the beach.
  • Soak up the sun at one of Provincetown’s best beaches, popular choices include Herring Cove, Race Point and Long Point Beach.
  • Let loose with Provincetown’s famous night life, from karaoke to drag shows, to cocktails on the beach, there’s endless opportunities for fun.
  • New England history at its finest. Make a pit stop at the Pilgrim Monument, which honors the Mayflower passengers with a 252-ft. granite monument offering dramatic city and harbor views.
  • Visit an active lighthouse! Race Point Lighthouse was built in 1816 and is open for tours and also offers lodging in the historic buildings.
  • Grab a bite at The Lobster Pot. A Provincetown tradition, with a menu that features the finest and freshest in seafood, Portuguese specialties and much more, The Lobster Pot always draws a crowd and dishes up some unforgettable bay views.

Best time to visit Provincetown:

Throughout the summer, Provincetown is booming, offering a different festival, event, or themed party almost every week. Things slow down a bit in the fall, but there is still plenty to do through the end of October.

Book your Cape Air flight to Provincetown and bring along a free carry-on bag!

Weather in Provincetown

Friday moderate rain
50°F 11/22/2019
Saturday sky is clear
39°F 11/23/2019
Sunday heavy intensity rain
47°F 11/24/2019
Monday sky is clear
42°F 11/25/2019
Tuesday scattered clouds
48°F 11/26/2019
Wednesday light rain
56°F 11/27/2019
Thursday sky is clear
37°F 11/28/2019
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