Cape May is the southern most beach on the Jersey Shore, but also one of the best. It is very unique in a sense that it is both very historical and very commercial. It is considered a National Historic Landmark due to its plethora of Victorian-style houses, as well as it’s involvement during World War II.
Cape May is primarily run by the coastguard, however the tourism is the main source of income for the town. Check out Highbee Beach & Poverty beach (voted 2nd best beach in the US in 2011), as well as the various museums, shopping centers, and aquatic activities that the Cape has to offer.
Places to visit & Things to do:
- Washington Street Mall
- Hawk Haven Vineyard and Winery
- The Original Fudge Kitchen
- Turdo Vineyards
- Natali Vineyards
- Cape May Winery
- Cape May Jazz festival
- Cape May Lighthouse
It is specifically recommended that the best form of tranpsortation around Cape May is walking, so get yourself a comfy pair of sandals! Check out these sandals by Reef:
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