Discover a selection of 1,000 vacation rentals in Provincetown, MA that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including air conditioning and kitchens. Prices start at $130 per night, and houses and cottages are popular options for a stay in Provincetown. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
Destination guide

Provincetown—a brush with history

Visitors to Provincetown are following in the footsteps of history. This town on the northern tip of Cape Cod is the site of the “Mayflower” landing in 1620, which brought the Pilgrim Fathers to the New World. A few years earlier, the English explorer and founder of the Jamestown colony in Virginia, Benjamin Gosnold, had led a pioneering expedition to the cape and named it after the profusion of codfish in its waters. Today, this freewheeling seaside resort is a magnet for artists, bohemians, and fans of alternative culture, with demand for Provincetown vacation rentals peaking during the summer festival season.

Things to do

Provincetown through local eyes

Friendly, laid-back “P-town”, as the locals call it, is compact enough to explore easily on foot. Downtown Provincetown vacation rentals place you at the heart of the resort’s fabled cultural and social scene. Commercial Street is lined with quirky stores and bohemian bars, and the lively waterfront is a popular spot for socializing and dining. The Fine Arts Work Center runs a prestigious program of visiting artists and writers, Provincetown Art Association and Museum chronicles the origins of one of the country’s oldest art colonies, while the iconic Pilgrim Monument commemorates the signing of the Mayflower Compact in 1620.


Discover Provincetown’s unique dunescape

A guided tour of the fascinating historic district of Dune Shacks of Peaked Hill Bars showcases the creative side of this unique community. The dune shacks are among the heritage highlights of the Cape Cod National Seashore. Originally built to provide shelter for shipwrecked sailors, the secluded shacks gradually became popular as summer homes for artists and writers, including Eugene O’Neill, Jack Kerouac, and Jackson Pollock. Dune tours depart from downtown Provincetown and range from informative 1-hour narrated trips to specialist watercolor-painting days and sunset tours culminating in a traditional New England clambake.


Provincetown’s benevolent climate

Demand for Provincetown vacation rentals is highest during the summer months, when the waters around the cape keep the heat comfortable and reduce humidity. From June through August, temperatures hover around the pleasant high-70s, bringing a much-appreciated contrast to the steaming city. Late spring and fall are popular times to skip the crowds of high summer and benefit from mid-season bargains, with October in particular retaining its warmth well into the evening. Provincetown vacation rentals with a barbecue are the perfect excuse to keep the pleasures of alfresco dining alive for as long as possible.

Natural features

Provincetown—part of a protected coast

Provincetown is incorporated within the protected environment of Cape Cod National Seashore, which encompasses wetland, woodland, and beach habitats. A network of paved cycle and walking trails opens up the possibility of exploring the scenic beauty of this unspoiled coast and catching glimpses of its native wildlife, without damaging its fragile ecosystem. Wild cranberry bogs are a special feature of the inland peninsula, while its shoreline provides a safe nesting site for many federally protected species, including the endangered piping plover and the elusive spadefoot toad.

How to get there

Traveling to and around Provincetown

Fly into Provincetown, MA (PVC-Provincetown Municipal), the closest airport, located 2.3 mi (3.7 km) from the city center. If you can't find a flight that's convenient for your trip, you could book a flight to Hyannis, MA (HYA-Barnstable Municipal), which is 27 mi (43.5 km) away.

How many vacation rentals are available around Provincetown, MA?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 958 vacation rentals around Provincetown. From 367 house rentals to 117 cottage rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a seaside property in Provincetown?

Rising in the morning to glorious sea vistas and the rumble of waves lapping at the sandy shore. This is the stuff vacation fantasies are made of! There are 403 beachside getaway homes to pick from. Open to more ideas? Vrbo has loads more property options to investigate, including:

  • 229 water-view vacation rentals.
  • 223 beach vacation rentals.
  • 194 ocean-view vacation rentals.

Can I rent a house in Provincetown?

If you want to have an authentic local experience and love a bit of extra space and privacy, renting a whole house is the way to go. There are 333 options available on Vrbo. Prices start at $134 a night. Or perhaps you'd rather one of the area's other sought-after property options, like:

  • Condo: 315 vacation homes. Prices start from $95 per night.
  • Cottage: 90 vacation homes. Prices start from $98 per night.
  • Apartment: 45 vacation homes. Prices start from $165 per night.

Can I stay in Provincetown in a large group?

Whether you're embarking on a special trip with the family or spending a few nights away with your old school mates, it's always heaps of fun being in a new place together! The best news is that Vrbo has options that'll suit. Why not have a squiz at the 84 house vacation homes available here? They're the top choice for big groups of travelers. If you're traveling in a larger group, the vacation rental options that will suit your needs include:

  • If yours is a squad of 6, we've got 332 vacation homes appropriate for that size. Book a night from just $135.
  • Looking for somewhere for 8 people? We have 196 that will work well. The starting price is $175 a night.
  • Searching for vacation rentals catering to 10 people? You'll be delighted to discover we have 100 that'll be ideal. You can book one from just $300 a night.

You and all your besties will be more than satisfied when you plan your Provincetown travels through us!

Where are the cheapest rentals in Provincetown?

Teeny tiny hotel rooms are no place to spend those precious vacation moments! Explore our value-for-money rentals today and make sure everyone has room to spread out. South Wellfleet is a bargain-hunter's dream. And with 165 Vrbo rentals at an average price of $329 a night, it's not difficult to see why. Dennis is another place to consider. Vrbo has 187 rentals here, and the average price is around $355 a night.