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Published on Jun 17, 2010
One of the most pristine beaches on the Cape. It faces the Atlantic and was a picture perfect day. People were sunbathing, swimming, and just hanging out. Occasionally, sea lions are known to pop their heads out in the water but didn't see any that particular day. For history buffs, this place was named after Guglielmo Marconi who did all those radio wave experiments right up the hill from where this was filmed. Also, the site of where the Pirate ship Whydah wrecked in 1717. Shot on my iPhone.