There’s no better way to document a vacation than by posting the photos online! In the social media age, it’s easier than ever to store your memories online as well as share them with your followers. Instagram is the most popular photo–sharing social media channel in the game today. With nearly 27 million followers, it’s a great place to post photos and have your photos seen. Head to these Instagrammable spots on Cape Cod for content that your followers will love!
When you’re ready to start planning your trip, access our Cape Cod Vacation Guide. This complimentary resource is filled with local recommendations on what to do during your visit to the Cape!
Top 10 Most Instagrammable Places on Cape Cod
Are you visiting the Cape? Be sure to capture the beauty of these Instagram-worthy spots on the Cape!
1. Race Point Beach
Race Point Beach has long been one of the best photography spots on Cape Cod. This sandy beach is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore that runs along the East Coast. Here, you can also photograph Race Point Lighthouse, which is on the National Register of Historic Places. Now that’s a fun fact for your caption!
2. Nauset Light Beach
Are you interested in Cape Cod lighthouse tours? Be sure to visit Nauset Lighthouse! Located on Nauset Light Beach, you can photograph this historic landmark and the sandy beaches of the Cape Cod in one visit.
3. Coast Guard Beach
Coast Guard Beach is one of the most picturesque sights on the Cape. It’s even earned its spot as one of the ten most beautiful beaches in the nation by “Mr. Beach”. If you visit in September or October, be on the lookout for seals as they arrive in large numbers during the mating season!
4. Rock Harbor Beach
Rock Harbor Beach is one of the most Instagram-worthy spots on the Cape! This popular beach boasts golden sands and large rock formations that jut into the Cape Cod Bay. We recommend visiting during sunset, as the sinking sun casts beautiful colors onto the rocks and water!
5. Sandwich Boardwalk
Practice perspective photography at the Sandwich Boardwalk! This boardwalk is 1,350 feet long, or about a quarter–mile. Stroll along the boardwalk to capture stunning marsh-side scenery.
6. Martha’s Vineyard
Martha’s Vineyard is one of the most charming places on the East Coast. Known for its small fisherman village, quaint shops, and local eateries, this destination just offshore from Cape Cod is sure to add whimsy to your Instagram feed!
7. Heritage Museum and Gardens
Capture the essence of American history at the Heritage Museum and Gardens! This historic attraction on Cape Cod showcases the country’s history with a variety of art and artifacts.
8. Pilgrim Monument
History buffs can’t visit the Cape without a visit to the Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum! This historic site and museum commemorate the Mayflower Pilgrims’ arrival to the U.S. It’s one of our favorite stops along the Cape Cod Museum Trail!
9. Sesuit Harbor Café
Food photography has never been more popular than it is now! Social media channels are flooded with photos of delicious cuisine from around the world. Be sure to post a photo of the famous lobster roll from Sesuit Harbor Cafè during your visit to Cape Cod.
10. Candleberry Inn on Cape Cod
Edit your photos from the most Instagrammable places on Cape Cod back at Candleberry Inn! Our Brewster, MA, bed and breakfast has the high-speed WIFI you need to edit and post your photos. While you’re here, don’t forget to snap a few photos of your guest room, our beautiful gardens, and beautifully plated breakfast. It’s a great way to remember your stay at Candleberry Inn!
Consider a stay in the Garden Suite. This coastal-themed suite-style room features a king-size bed, bathroom with a walk-in shower and a JACUZZI® for two, and a private brick patio.
Check our availability to start planning your trip!