Why You Want to Visit Cape Cod this June

Cape Cod Truro lighthouse in Massachusetts USA

Cape Cod is a wonderful place to visit in June. You’ll beat the summer crowds since the high season doesn’t start until July. Everything will be opening up after the closed season, especially with COVID. So June really couldn’t be a better time to go.

Here’s a list of things to do in Cape Cod in June that you will definitely want to plan for when you get there.


The most obvious thing to do is to go snorkeling. Snorkeling is an incredible adventure that will open up a whole new world for you. You will be able to see under the ocean, and also view amazing underwater formations. Many experienced snorkelers can even navigate you through these formations!


It’s also a great idea to enjoy the beaches during your visit. There are plenty of wonderful beaches to explore, and you’ll be able to take a picnic along the shore. And while you’re at the beach, why not try surfing? Surfing is a very exhilarating activity that you can enjoy by yourself or with friends.

For those who are more interested in swimming, Cape Cod is home to some of the best beaches in Massachusetts. The Long Beach and Provi Beach are two of the better known options.

At Provi Beach, for instance, you can lounge on the sand and enjoy the beautiful sun while watching the surfers come crashing into the beach. At Long Beach, you can go jet skiing or snorkeling, depending on the season.


If you are interested in more water activities, why not rent a kayak for the day? Kayaking is a fun activity that you can do by yourself or with friends. It allows you to go out onto the water on a clear day, and it affords you the chance to view an amazing variety of creatures that live underwater. You might also enjoy taking a tour boat tour around the harbor. These tours are available all summer long.


One of the most enjoyable things to do in Cape Cod in June is to hike some of the trails in the wilderness. Hiking in Cape Cod is a great way to experience the unique natural beauty of this area.

Known as one of the most scenic destinations in the world, Cape Cod has been called the Land of Beautiful Beaches. The beaches of Cape Cod include Seven Mile Beach, Buzzards Bay, Lemon Island, Hyacinth Bay, and Oak Bluffs. Hiking in Cape Cod requires careful planning, such as deciding where to begin and end your hiking adventure.

The Dunes

Going to the Cape Cod Dunes is another great thing to do in June. The area is a great location for camping, hiking, swimming, and nature watching.

The Cape Cod Dunes National Reserve has been opened to the public since 1960. The park is considered to be the most beautiful and largest wilderness area in the entire state of Massachusetts.

The Dunes is open throughout the year but the most ideal season is from mid-May to mid-October. Here are some great attractions that you should definitely check out when visiting this amazing landscape.

The best way to get to the Dunes is to go on the Jeep tour which is guided by professional wildlife experts. Besides being a wonderful way to see the wildlife, you will also get to experience the beautiful scenery of the Cape Cod National Reserve. Other than the tour, there are several other things that you can do on the dunes like hiking, biking, swimming, or taking pictures. There are several Cape Cod Dunes campgrounds that provide beautiful campsites and the best way to find them is to look online.


Visiting Cape Cod in June is a great way to get your family out from under the hot summer sun elsewhere. With the abundance of activities on both Cape Cod and at the nearby picturesque towns, it’s easy to see why so many families make Cape Cod their vacation stop.

These are only a few of the great things you can do on your vacation to this area of Massachusetts. In fact, when you’re planning your next vacation, consider taking your kids to this beautiful part of the state. It’ll be a fun-filled time filled with things to do that both kids and adults will enjoy.…

Enjoy Your Vacation in Virginia Beach

Southern stretch of Virginia Beach by Jason Pratt (FishSpeaker)

What are the top things to do in Virginia Beach?

Virginia Beach is known for its long boardwalk, which is also a 28-mile long marvel that extends along 3 miles of its beautiful beach from Second to 40th Street.

Just north of Ocean View is the Virginia Beach Pier, where you can take a refreshing dip in the water or hop on a rented pedal boat for some paddling at the edge of the Atlantic.

The Virginia Beach Pier also offers a number of cultural events, including movies, and performances by local artists, as well as fine dining and shopping options. Along the way you will be treated to breathtaking views of the city of Norfolk and the Elizabeth River.

Attractions, Dining, & More

Virginia Beach also offers its share of family attractions, such as the Ocean Breeze Water Park and Aquarium, the Virginia Zoo, and the Virginia Zoo Youth Center.

For those who want a taste of world class entertainment, head to the Norfolk Scope Opera and Gardens, where classical music and theater are performed before large groups of people. Virginia Beach’s beautiful sandy beaches and oceanfront living afford plenty of unique experiences and great places to see and do.

Among the many attractions located along the Virginia Beach boardwalk is the Norfolk Botanical Garden. Here you will see exotic plants and flowers that grow in unique habitats and climate, including mangrove trees and oysters. Norfolk Botanical Garden is open year round and has special events to celebrate, such as Plant Sale on Wednesdays. Other Norfolk attractions include the Chrysler Museum of Art and Virginia Beach Music Factory.

Virginia Beach’s Ocean front is also home to a very active and vibrant vibe creative district. Located right on the boardwalk is the Virginia Beach Amusement Park. Here you’ll find boat rides, games, inflatable rentals, rides for kids, picnic areas, and a theater. The Virginia Beach Amusement Park is known for its live music performances every Thursday.

Filled with shops, restaurants, bars, and nightclubs, the Virginia Beach Shops offers a great place to take your family. The shops offer a variety of local and national merchandise. Local seafood restaurants are located along the boardwalk as well. Many of these shops are family-friendly and have delicious food options for you and your family to enjoy.

If you are looking for a place to get away from the” grind” of the work day, look no further than the Virginia Beach coffee shop Leela’s Coffee Shop. Leela’s features an amazing laid back atmosphere and wide selection of gourmet teas and coffees. There is also a marine science center with aquarium, boat docks, and marine life exhibits. Leela is a perfect place to spend a Sunday afternoon if you need to get away from the hustle of the work week. While at Leela’s you can also experience the locally made clam chowder and burgers for a tasty treat.

Step outside of the Virginia Beach beaches and into Oceanfront Living. This unique boardwalk is located in front of the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Here you will find a collection of shops, restaurants, and cafes. Oceanfront Living has waterfront dining that features award-winning cuisine. In addition to the many dining establishments found on the boardwalk, there is also a craft market located on the Boardwalk between Breeze Side Drive and the boardwalk.

If you are looking for a unique vacation rental in Virginia Beach, look no further than the Ocean Shore Condo Rental. This vacation rental is available in two sizes, one bedroom and one full. The private beach access makes this condo a unique and special place to visit while on vacation in Virginia Beach. The sunroom offers an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean. Due to its location on the shore of Virginia Beach, this is the perfect place to kick back and relax with a glass of wine and some good friends.


Virginia Beach is loaded with all of those things plus a lot more! There is literally something for everyone here. If you love the water, you can go scuba diving, or snorkeling. If you want to explore some historical sites, or go on an afternoon cruise, you can do that also. What I really like about going to the beach here is that it is so accessible – especially to the visitors who are looking for a little bit of culture and relaxation.


What Should You Do in Aruba?

A beautiful view of a palm tree on the idyllic white sand of Eagle Beach in Aruba

What to do in Aruba?

There are plenty of options for visitors in Aruba. It’s a small island, made up of a single coastline – a wide strand of sand between the Caribbean and the Atlantic – separated by the vast Praia Da Rocha (marsh lands) that are the island’s native terrain. It’s a small, narrow strip of land, big enough to see the sunset over the ocean far away, but small enough still to have its share of attractions and activities.

The island is surrounded by turquoise seas of clear water, with palms and sandy beaches on two sides. There’s Aruba’s largest hotel complex, the Coral Reef Club, which provides accommodation to nearly everyone who sets their foot on the island. There’s also a huge golf course, the Palm Beach Resort, and plenty of other attractions, including an airport, a port, and commercial buildings. You can get to Aruba by air, by sea or by road. Most visitors fly to the island of Aruba, but cruises from the mainland reach it regularly too.

The island’s most popular spot is its coast, where there are plenty of restaurants and hotels. You’ll find plenty of beach activities in this area, too, such as swimming, windsurfing, sailing, and snorkeling. If you’re into surfing, then consider staying at the Aruba Hi-Winds, which has perfect waves for surfing lessons. Other popular beach activities include banana riding, banana boating and lounging on the beach.

In the north, you’ll find the Bikini Beach Resort & Spa, with its seven-mile stretch of white sand beach. This is where you’ll find the famous “Bikini Beach” sunsets. Other popular activities include riding ATVs, camping, hiking, kayaking, and paragliding. If you want to party, then consider staying at the Aria Tropical Club, which has dance lessons, a bar and lounge, pool, and game rooms.

If you enjoy water sports, then you’ll find plenty of them on the island. Kayaking, canoeing, jet skiing, and parasailing are only a few of them that you can try. Surfing is another sport you might try, and you’ll find all kinds of rapids on the island. Fly-fishing, windsurfing, kayaking, and wakeboarding are other activities you may enjoy.

There are plenty of fun things to do in Aruba, but it’s no place for your kids. However, if you plan to take your kids to the beach, make sure you leave them prepared for their Aruba experience. Make sure they’re properly checked out by a doctor before you take them; and keep in mind that some beaches (like Bikini Beach) have age restrictions. But overall, if you do your research you should be able to come up with some great options for your vacation to the island. And don’t forget to enjoy yourself!…

Sanibel Island Seashells

Sanibel Island, Florida Causeway Bridge

The most beautiful part of Sanibel Island Florida is its coastline. While there are a few sections of the mainland that is not so beautiful, the majority of the area is lush green grassland with plenty of trees and bushes along the shores and in the bays.

It’s also home to a variety of sea birds that find this location to be their home. You can easily spend a day or two sightseeing the various species and take in the beauty of this Florida Keys paradise.

If you love the water, then you’ll love Sanibel Island, Florida. This destination is one of the top places for finding sea shells on any trip to the Keys.

Because it is the only barrier island in the Gulf of Mexico, there are an abundance of sea life and coral in the area. A great place to find sea shells is at Quail Island, which is on Sanibel Island’s western end.

Here, tourists will see the world-famous Royal Tuna, a large and vibrant blue fish that is native to the waters around Sanibel. Many people believe that the Royal Tuna was actually discovered on Sanibel Island long before the United States took possession of the territory.

Along with finding sea shells, tourists will enjoy trips to its beaches. These beaches offer some of the best views in the Keys and offer an assortment of activities for every level of the traveler.

Sanibel’s White Sand Beach

Sanibel’s White Sand Beach is perfect for those who want a relaxing day on the sand and many boaters stop by the area to beat the heat. Also, if you aren’t quite ready to get in the water, the waters off Sanibel are home to some excellent public swimming beaches.

In addition to the beaches, there is the great Sanibel Island National Seashore. This is a great place to take a nature walk and learn more about the environment.

While you’re here, don’t forget to visit the U.S. National Space Science Center, where you can spend some time seeing amazing pieces of space history.

Big Lagoon State Park

But perhaps the most famous attraction on Sanibel is the Big Lagoon State Park. Here, visitors can boogie on the wide open waters or just relax and soak up the sun while strolling on the beach. The park itself also boasts a giant lagoon that provides a great place for a picnic or to just sit and relax.

Final Words

Sanibel Island also offers plenty of lodging options, from quaint bed and breakfasts to luxurious resorts. There’s something on Sanibel for everyone’s tastes.

To really make sure that you get all that you want, make sure to visit during the peak season. That way, you’ll find everything you want and more. And you’ll be able to enjoy Sanibel Island’s wonderful weather from April to October.

So come on, hook yourself up with Sanibel Island and find out what it has to offer!…

Croatia: Land Of Beaches

Croatia coast view from Dubrovnik

The Croatian coast is one of the most attractive sea front holiday destinations in Europe.

The Adriatic coastline runs from the southern end of the Black Sea in the south to the Adriatic sea at the north. Adriatic Cruise lines, one of the largest cruise operators in the world, operate cruises along the Croatian coast taking visitors to more than 80 ports of call.

Most of the Croatian Dalmatian coast is off the Greek Island of Zakynthos and is thus not well explored. However, there are several small secluded coves and pockets along the coast which offer exciting and varied water sports activities.

The Adriatic Coastline

The Adriatic coastline starts from the southern end of the island of Skopje and includes three Islands: Kvarner, Gjakova, and Zivoron.

Kvarner Island is the largest Island of the Croatian coast and is a popular resort town. It has a picturesque pine wood mountain and the “blue lagoon”.

Skopje Island, the second largest Island, is home to some beautiful beaches and the village of Pula.

What to See

Once in the Dalmatian Coast you will need to decide which direction you would like to travel and which destinations you would like to visit.

A Dalmatian holiday complete without visiting Orbus or Zadar islands is nearly impossible. This is because Orbus is the capital of Dalmatia and Zadar is the largest Island of Dalmatia. Both Islands are popular tourist places and a sightseeing excursion to Orbus is an enjoyable and worthwhile part of any Croatian cruise trip.


Orbus is home to two UNESCO World Heritage sites, the City of Pula and the Town of Split. It is also home to a number of museums and art galleries.

A stay in Orbus city is a must as it is an authentic historic center of Croatia. If you visit the Old Town of Split you can marvel at the Monastery with its leaning minaret.

While in Split take a gondola ride on its stunning coastline and experience the distinctive atmosphere of the Dalmatian Coast.


If you like a more laid back feel then the town of Dubrovnik offers you that and much more. The old town and seaside cafes, markets and museums are perfect for spending your time.

Be sure to try the homemade sausages at the famous “sausage castle!”

Final Words

Croatian islands are wonderful and offer visitors an exciting and different perspective on the world.

The islands of the Dalmatian Coast have an interesting history and offer something for everyone.

The weather is warm and pleasant most of the year. The last three months of the year can see very high winds and storms, which can be harsh on the exposed skin. However, the islands are a great place to take a holiday. If you haven’t already done so, you’re missing out!…