Harwich, MA, USA

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Harwich, MA, USA

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Harwich is ready for fun. Are you?

Whether you book Harwich vacation rentals for a weekend or all summer long, the beautiful seaside will reel you in. From the downtown Main Street shops of Harwich Port, to the quaint Historic District of Harwich Center, there is plenty to see and do here. The handsome harbors offer a whole array of boating opportunities, and the warm waters of Nantucket Sound make for wonderful watersports. Families with children will sure to have fun in Harwich, so be sure to ride the bumper boats or go-karts, and attend a baseball game while you’re here.

Harbor huge fun in Harwich

Take advantage of the seaside location of Harwich vacation rentals and spend your days splashing in the waves. Try deep sea fishing, whale watching, or rent a boat and explore. For something more energetic, how about surfing, stand-up paddleboarding, or simply swimming in the warm sea? If you prefer the relaxed lifestyle, just lie on the sand with the latest bestselling novel and catch some rays. To see true Harwich, take a tour of its famous cranberry bogs, and if you’re here in September, don’t miss out on the annual Cranberry Festival!

Harwich: So much more than just beaches

With so much sugar-white sand and shining sun, no wonder people flock to the Cape every summer. But there is more to Harwich than just its beautiful beaches! From Harwich vacation rentals, you can hike or bike the Cape Cod Rail Trail, and don’t forget to check out the Old Colony Rail Trail leading off it. Catch the Harwich Mariners playing a game of baseball in their hometown, or spend time on your swing at the 18-hole Cranberry Valley Golf Course. Head on over to the First Crush Winery to taste Cape Cod wines while watching them being made.

Harwich is stunning all year round

Harwich, Massachusetts, receives 46 inches of rain per year, which is just over the national average, but don’t let this put you off! With a yearly average of 201 sunny days and July highs of around 77°F, you’re sure to have your fun in the sun. Winters here are fairly chilly, with January lows of 24°F and an average of 24 inches of snow per year. The vacation season gives Harwich another lease of life, so book Harwich vacation rentals then to see a different side of this Cape Cod town.

Harwich: Coastline of the Cape

Harwich is located just west of the southeastern corner of Cape Cod and its popularity is due in part to being close to the Cape Cod National Seashore. This coastal town shares the largest lake on Cape Cod, Long Pond, with the neighboring town of Brewster, and its beaches lie on the Nantucket Sound side of the Cape. To breathe in beautiful floral aromas, the Cape Cod Lavender Farm is sure to delight. With over 14,000 plants surrounded by 60 acres of stunning scenery and woodland walking trails, this place is truly a feast for the senses.