One of America's oldest resorts, Cape May is set among the picturesque landscape where the Delaware Bay meets the Atlantic Ocean. A dreamy Victorian town, this beautiful coastal area is no ordinary New Jersey beach town. Its modern beach scene exists alongside a unique culture and refined personality. A National Historic Landmark, Cape May exudes a distinct charm that has been lost to the ages elsewhere. Celebrated for their ambiance, Cape May hotels provide access to this potent combination of historical architecture, award-winning beaches, and celebrated bird-watching locales.
Out and About in Cape May
Hotels in Cape May are often historic sites worth exploring themselves. Bicycles are a great way to see the town and traverse the boardwalk, and if you're looking to be active, you're in luck: The Cape offers opportunities to kayak, jet ski, parasail, skydive, go boating, and play mini golf! You'll want to make sure to see the cherished local wildlife on bird-watching tours or whale and dolphin-watching excursions. And if you're hankering for a treasure hunt, Cape May can deliver! Search the beaches, especially Sunset Beach, for what locals call "Cape May Diamonds" – pieces of quartz that float down on the Delaware River.
Eating and Drinking
Cape May is a place for elegant indulgence. You can take brewery or winery tours and sample the fine beverages produced locally. Restaurants can be found all around town and you're bound to find something that fits your needs, whether it's fine dining, a casual place, or somewhere child-friendly. Dinner theater is also a fantastic way that this charismatic town combines entertainment and gastronomy.
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