Known for its pristine beaches, expansive promenade, and countless seaside amenities, Cape May is a fascinating island that is considered New Jersey’s jewel in the crown.

Cape May was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1976, and continues to exude that status. Named in countless publications as having one of the top beaches in the United States, Cape May is definitely a small town, but one that offers visitors an unforgettable experience.

One of the most popular travel destinations in the United States, of course, doesn’t fall short in the dining category. Some notable eateries within the area include: 501 Beach at the Marquis, Harry’s Ocean Bar & Grille, 410 Bank Street, and Asian Legends offering a range of options from local craft brews to mouthwatering fresh sushi.

Cape May also has a wide variety of shopping. Featuring an outdoor walking mall that spans three blocks of boutique shops and book stores, there is no shortage of great souvenirs in the area.