Welcome To Martha's Vineyard
Martha's Vineyard is a living, breathing storybook. Wind swept 'moors' to the southwest, a stately port town to the southeast, a colorful, festive, seaside community to the northeast and the convergence of a year-round population in the northwest are what have drawn visitors to the shores of Martha's Vineyard for hundreds of years. Annual festivals and celebrations, historical significance, remote locales, and the sheer beauty of the Islands are just a few of the rewards to be extolled when spending time within these shores.
A ride on a ferry is a spectacular way to begin a glorious retreat to Martha's Vineyard, a place where natural wonders will envelope you in their charm. Contact the Steamship Authority if you are planning to bring your car on-board with you as that is the only ferry with such an option.
You can catch a flight with Delta, Blue or Cape Air. However, Cape Air is the only option during the rest of the year. If you need transportation from the airport, you can ride the Peter Pan Bus Line to and from Boston's Logan Airport, South Station.
Now That I'm Here... What Is There To See & Do?
Singles, couples, families and groups of friends flock to Martha's Vineyard throughout the year, to enjoy the stunning sights and to learn about the area's history and culture. From nature tours, and trips to lighthouses and rides on the carousel, Martha's Vineyard has a host of activities in which people of all ages can engage.
Planning ahead is imperative to a stress-free journey so your time on the Islands will be exactly as you wish it to be.
Food & Drink
Travelers on a vacation know that their trip has a number of staples. They want to secure reservations at a comfortable, safe and clean spot, and they wish to book activities that suit all members of their group. On top of that, they also want to satiate their palates and dine on delectable cuisine and sip crafty beverages.
From casual to exquisite, Martha's Vineyard boasts a host of different options for dining and quenching one's thirst.