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South Yarmouth Timeshare

South Yarmouth, Massachusetts has a long history of being a prime vacation spot for young and old alike. With a South Yarmouth timeshare resale, you'll be able to experience Cape Cod the way wealthy New Englanders have for centuries. At beaches like Seagull Beach, you'll not only have a fun and relaxing day on the water, you'll soon feel like part of the Cape Cod community. You can take a sailboat out on the open waters by chartered sailing cruise or rental, or for a more relaxing trip, paddle around the Cape via kayak.

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to enjoy your South Yarmouth timeshare. A hike through the Cape Cod Lavender Farm is a blissful walk surrounded by vibrant colors and plants. There are also self-guided driving tours. The lighthouse tour takes you around the picturesque lighthouses that guarded the shore and the ships coming into port, while the Captain's Mile takes you through 54 old Sea Captain's homes dating back to the 1800s.

Live Music Venues

All summer long, you can listen to live music beneath the stars at the Cape Cod Melody Tent, one of only two continuously operating tent theaters in the United States. On non-concert nights, the nightlife of South Yarmouth centers around its taverns and restaurants, some of which offer live music, dancing, outdoor seating, and other perks.

South Yarmouth is also a longstanding family tradition in New England, and many of the attractions cater to a young crowd. There are several mini-golf courses, from the whimsical Wild Animal Lagoon to the playful Pirates Cove mini-golf and marketplace. Skull Island Sports World has a little of everything, from Go-Karts to batting cages, and the Cape Cod Inflatable Park features water slides, games, and rides.

When to Visit

Summertime is the most popular season to visit a South Yarmouth timeshare, especially in July and August. Many of the tourist attractions cater especially to the summer vacationers, and beautiful weather makes outdoor activities more enjoyable. By contrast, winter is a quiet season in Cape Cod and stays quiet until spring, which is the second busiest tourist season starting around April and May.