Martha’s Vineyard

Located a few hours from Boston, Martha’s Vineyard is the summer destination for a fabulous audience of beachgoers, foodies and golf aficionados. While only about 100 square miles in land area, the island is still the largest on the southeastern coast of Massachusetts. More commonly known as “The Vineyard,” this destination combines the best of all worlds: food, adventure and nature. Accessible only by air and water, it’s considered a summer colony, with the population growing massively between the months of May and October.

The perennial lure of the Vineyard is mainly due to the beaches, captains’ houses, lighthouses and history that every town boasts. During the summer, vacationers arrive on island ready to taste the new seasonal menus, play the green courses, visit the local farms and indulge in a little retail therapy. The main towns on the Vineyard are Edgartown, Vineyard Haven, West Tisbury, Oak Bluffs, Aquinnah and Chilmark, and each has its own appeal, which collectively ensures that The Vineyard has a little something in store for everyone.