If you are looking to hire Boston to Cape Cod Car Service, then you have come to the right place. Boston Suburban Coach has years of experience in the transportation business. We can provide limo service to Cape Cod in comfort and style. Company fleet of quality cars and team of driving professionals are just what you need for a comfortable ride. And if you need to arrive in style, they know just how to make that happen. We are dedicated to providing the best car service. Everyone is committed to one mission – the client comes first.
Company fleet offer the utmost in luxury and comfort, leaving you free to relax, reset and focus, you will find your day or night improved by our executive service. Our luxury fleet includes top of the line executive sedans, SUV’s and passenger vans. Each car is designed to meet the specific needs of our clients, unlike the one size fits all model used by taxi services.
Cape Cod is a geographic cape extending into the Atlantic Ocean from the southeastern corner of mainland Massachusetts, in the northeastern United States. Its historic, maritime character and ample beaches attract heavy tourism during the summer months.
To reserve Boston to Cape Cod Car Service, you may use our advance online reservation. Once we confirm your booking, we will assign our executive chauffeur who will transport you to Cape Cod in comfort and style.
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Destinations in Cape Cod
Bourne, MA – formed around its location on Buzzards Bay and the Cape Cod Canal. There are several necks (the local term for a peninsula) and islands along the shore, which create several small coves and harbors. There are also several small ponds and rivers, all of which (except the Herring River, which feeds directly into the Canal) feed into Buzzards Bay.
Brewster, MA – named in honor of Elder William Brewster, the first religious leader of the Pilgrims at Plymouth Colony. The town’s history grew around Stony Brook, where the first water-powered grist and woolen mill in the country was founded in the late 17th century. There were many rich sea captains in the town, who built many of the mansions and stately homes which now constitute the town’s inns and bed-and-breakfasts.
Chatham, MA – located at the southeast tip of Cape Cod, and has historically been a fishing community. First settled by the English in 1664, the township was originally called Monomoit based on the indigenous population’s term for the region.
Dennis, MA – town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States, located near the center of Cape Cod. The town encompasses five distinct villages, each of which has its own post office. These constituent villages are Dennis (including North Dennis), Dennis Port, East Dennis, South Dennis, and West Dennis.
Eastham, MA – he birthplace of Freeman Hatch, who in 1853 set the world record for a single-hull wooden sailing vessel from San Francisco around Cape Horn to Boston aboard the clipper ship Northern Light. Fishing and especially farming were early industries in the town, and writers and artists also came to the town.
Falmouth, MA – town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, United States; Barnstable County is coextensive with Cape Cod. Falmouth also encompasses the villages of Hatchville and Waquoit, which are not census-designated places and fall within the village of East Falmouth based on postal service.
Harwich, MA – New England town on Cape Cod, in Barnstable County in the state of Massachusetts in the United States. The town is a popular vacation spot, located near the Cape Cod National Seashore. Harwich’s beaches are on the Nantucket Sound side of Cape Cod. Harwich has three active harbors. Saquatucket, Wychmere and Allen Harbors are all in Harwich Port. The town of Harwich includes the villages of Pleasant Lake, West Harwich, East Harwich, Harwich Port, Harwich Center, North Harwich and South Harwich.
Hyannis, MA – the commercial and transportation hub of Cape Cod. Because of this, many refer to Hyannis as the “Capital of the Cape”. It contains a majority of the Barnstable Town offices and two important shopping districts: the historic downtown Main Street and the Route 132 Commercial District, including Cape Cod Mall and Independence Park, headquarters of Cape Cod Potato Chips. Cape Cod Hospital in Hyannis is the largest on Cape Cod.
Mashpee, MA – town is the site of the headquarters and most members of the federally recognized Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe, one of two Wampanoag.
Orleans, MA – named in honor of Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans, in recognition of France’s support for the 13 colonies during the American Revolution, and because the town did not want an English name, as they had been captured twice by the British during the war.
Provincetown, MA – New England town located at the extreme tip of Cape Cod in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, in the United States. A small coastal resort town with a year-round population of just under 3,000, Provincetown has a summer population of as high as 60,000. Often called “P-town” or “P’town”, the town is known for its beaches, harbor, artists, tourist industry, and its status as a vacation destination for the LGBT+ community.
Sandwich, MA – town in Barnstable County, Massachusetts, the oldest town on Cape Cod. The town motto is Post tot Naufracia Portus, “after so many shipwrecks, a haven”.
Wellfleet, MA – located halfway between the “tip” and “elbow” of Cape Cod. A total of 70% of the town’s land area is under protection, and nearly half of it is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Wellfleet is famous for its oysters, which are celebrated in the annual October Wellfleet OysterFest.
Woods Hole, MA – the site of several marine science institutions, including Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Marine Biological Laboratory, the Woods Hole Research Center, NOAA’s Northeast Fisheries Science Center, the Woods Hole Science Aquarium, a USGS coastal and marine geology center, and the home campus of the Sea Education Association. It is also the site of United States Coast Guard Sector Southeastern New England, the Nobska Lightlighthouse, and the terminus of the Steamship Authority ferry route between Cape Cod and the island of Martha’s Vineyard.
Yarmouth, MA – inhabited by the Wampanoag, an Algonquian people. In the Wôpanâak language the area was called “Mattacheese” Wampanoag tribes living in Yarmouth at the time of European settlement included the Pawkunnawkuts on both sides of the lower Bass River, the Hokanums in what is now northeastern Yarmouth, and the Cummaquids in what is now western Yarmouth.