The Marconi Station area has good beachbreak peaks at the base of tall cliffs and dunes. Needs some NE or SE swell angle to provide the hollowest, gnarliest pits on the Cape. Will accept SW winds but not high tide. From here to Nausett Beach has the potential to handle triple overhead on a sandbar, way out from the usual low tide break.
No paddle-out channels and strong currents at this rarely crowded open stretch. Cape Cod National Seashore area where the first transatlantic radio transmission was made, hence the name. Fee-to-pay parking and all facilities.