Cape Cod travel nursing jobs are much sought after, and for good reason. There’s so much to see, do and eat here, that travel nurses never tire of the experience. The 560 miles of coastline with 60 public beaches including Cape Cod National Seashore attract sunbathers from around the world in summer. The Cape is a collection of small hamlets each with its own unique character like Bourne, Sandwich, Falmouth, and Mashpee on the Upper Cape. Provincetown, Truro, Wellfleet, Eastham, Orleans and Chatham facing the Atlantic and Barnstable, Yarmouth and Dennis in Mid-Cape.
Kalmus Beach in Hyannis on Nantucket Sound is a popular windsurfing destination. Mashpee Commons is an award-winning open air shopping center done New England style. The Cape Cod Central Railroad is a heritage railroad that offer scenic tours including dinner and lunch trips lasting about 2 ½ hours. There are six dedicated bike trails throughout the Cape for cyclists on Cape Cod travel nursing jobs.
The free private housing that comes with all Cape Cod travel nursing jobs may be rather unique with plenty of bed and breakfasts, vacation houses and hotel rooms to suit every traveler. Golfers can tee off at any one of, or every one of, the 27 public courses. Sport anglers come far and wide to catch Bluefin tuna, bluefish, bonito, flounder, fluke and striped bass.
Guaranteed Whale Sighting!
Naturally, the catch-of-the-day is on the menu at seafood restaurants with lobster, steamed clams, raw oysters, and chowder topping the list. Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket are just a ferry ride away with Boston and Newport only an hours’ drive from Cape Cod travel nursing jobs. Provincetown is home to the Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary where they guarantee a whale sighting of mainly humpback, fin, minke, sei, or possibly, an endangered North Atlantic right whale. The town is also an art colony where writers and artists call home as does the Provincetown Art Association and Museum.