Amazing things to do on both sides of the Delaware Bay!
Cape May is the southernmost tip of the state of New Jersey, sitting on the intersection between the Delaware Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. The town touts award-winning, white sand beaches; rich Victorian, military, and marine history; and a unique, artistic charm.
Lewes (aka “The First Town In The first State”) was a whaling and trading post for many years. It is now home to beautiful beaches, a fantastic culinary scene, and a small shopping district with boutique shops and cobbled streets. Close-by, travelers can experience the energy of Rehoboth Beach or go shopping at Tanger Outlets (pro tip: there is no sales tax in Delaware).