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The Weather in Cape Charles
Above are the weather conditions for Cape Charles. July is the warmest month of the year in Cape Charles with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 32°. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is November.
Fresh oysters, beaches and nature with Cape Charles vacation rentals
Your vacation rental in sparkling Cape Charles in Virginia brings you to a bayside railway town packed with heritage. Typical accommodations include spacious beachside houses and colonial style city houses.
Gastronomy in Cape Charles
Start your day at Cape Charles Coffee House, an institution that's thronged with locals. Gaze up at the exquisite tin ceilings, art deco chandeliers, and historic staircase as you enter this space.
Come to the Oyster Farm Seafood Eatery in Cape Charles, and gorge yourself on fresh oysters and other seafood specialities, along with sublime views over Chesapeake Bay.
Aviation and history
Cape Charles Museum and Welcome Center is a must for any culture vulture seeking prey in Cape Charles. Be transported back to 1886, when this railroad town steamed its way into existence. You'll experience the history of Cape Charles through rich archival material, and see model sailing vessels, along with a 1940s switchboard, and blacksmith's materials from the twenties.
Altitude Gallery showcases the best aerial photography in the business. You can see stunning, large scale images of some of the world's most impressive and surreal landscapes at this stylish gallery. Don't miss Eyre Hall, a plantation house that's listed as a National Historic Landmark.
Nature and wineries
Savage Neck Dunes Natural Area unfolds over 300 acres, embracing the Chesapeake Bay beach. Wander the trails through the twittering maritime forest, and see if you can spot migrating songbirds.
Tour the barrier islands and coastal creeks near your vacation rental with Southeast Expeditions. Tours range from two hours to half day trips. Why not embark on the Winery and Clam Aquaculture Kayak Tour? You'll stop off at some of the best waterside wineries and dine on fresh clams.
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