While Martha’s Vineyard is popular for its summertime activities, there’s still plenty to do on the island once Fall rolls around.
Martha's Vineyard Blog
With June 8 on the horizon, Martha's Vineyard and the rest of Massachusetts will soon enter Phase 2 of re-opening.
Renowned for its well-preserved natural beauty, historic whaling towns and idyllic island atmosphere, Martha’s Vineyard is a coveted island destination. Like all islands, getting to “the Vineyard” requires a bit more effort than your average seaside escape, but it’s well worth it. Located six miles south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, Martha’s Vineyard is only accessible via ferry or air—there are no bridges or tunnels. However, there are several ferry options depending on the time of year and if you plan to bring a car or not. To help you determine your best option for getting to Martha’s Vineyard, we comprised a travel guide.
Edgartown is situated on the charming Eastern corner of one of New England’s most idyllic destinations: the island of Martha’s Vineyard.
At night on Martha’s Vineyard, you have two options: relax at your vacation rental or go out for food and drinks. Many people come to Martha’s Vineyard for its reprieve from the daily hustle and bustle of life, so the island doesn’t offer much in the way of nightclubs, but there’s still plenty to do.