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.
Perhaps your rental property has a kitchen, and you wish to prepare dinner for everyone when you arrive back to it. On the other hand, you may wish to bring tastes of Martha's Vineyard, in the form of jams, jellies, desserts and more, back home with you. Checking out the farmer's markets ensures delectable and fresh treats and ingredients. The West Tisbury Farmer's Market and Morning Glory Farm are two of your options.
Figuring out what restaurant to go to can be a challenge, especially when such an array of options exists. Narrowing down whether you'd like to engage in a formal dining or a casual dining experience helps to cut down on some of your choices. For some authentic cuisine from the sea, try the Martha's Vineyard Chowder Company. If you're in the mood for a tasty breakfast, head to the Artcliff Dinner, and when you're looking for some fun, choose the Lookout Tavern.