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Vacation rentals in Provincetown

There are 956 vacation rentals near Provincetown for all manner or mood of travel, availability of time off, and size of budget. So, if you are hoping for an affordable Provincetown vacation, you can find 10% rentals under $160/night. Or if you are willing to splurge on a luxury vacation in Provincetown, there are 96 between $665 and $4,505/night. Whether you are sleeping by yourself or with a significant other, or are travelling with a group of 100 there are short term home and apartment rentals in Provincetown to fit your vacation needs. The most popular types of short-term rental homes in Provincetown are condos, houses and private rooms. Provincetown has been a frequently searched travel destination this year and continues to grow in popularity. VacationRenter offers a wide selection of vacation rental availability from leading travel sites like Vrbo (Vacation Rentals By Owner),, and many more. Search your travel dates to find available Provincetown vacation homes for your trip.

Where is Provincetown

When it comes to sun, sand, and surf with a twist of East Coast charm, nothing beats Provincetown, Massachusetts, on the tip of Cape Cod. In addition to beautiful beaches, this seaside community serves up delicious restaurant fare and lots of shops, galleries, and museums.

Quick Guide to Provincetown

Make your stay in Provincetown extra-special with these popular stops:
  • Commercial Street: This busy street in the town's center offers restaurants, coffee houses, galleries and shops housed in charming Cape Cod-style buildings. With many visitors walking the weathered brick sidewalks, it's a great place to people watch.
  • Pilgrim Monument: History buffs enjoy a stop at Pilgrim Monument and Provincetown Museum, the site where the Mayflower first arrived in 1620. Climb the 252-foot tower for magnificent views.
  • Race Point Beach: This wide swath of sand makes the perfect spot for beachcombing or seal, dolphin and whale watching. Bring a bicycle and explore the Cape Cod Province Lands Bike Trail, and don't forget to check out the historic Race Point Lighthouse erected in 1816.

Home-types in Provincetown

Provincetown has a variety of property types for you to consider when booking a trip. Here are the most popular property types in Provincetown:

Points of interests in Provincetown

Provincetown has several popular points of interest for you to check out when visiting the area. Here are the most popular points of interest in Provincetown: