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As an island, Martha’s Vineyard has a diverse variety of living harbors and today we’re talking about three of our favorites: Edgartown, Menemsha, and Oak Bluffs Harbor.
While the Island is a beloved destination twelve months out of the year, June, July, and August are the most action-packed months.
If you’re looking for the freshest food on Martha’s Vineyard look no further than the West Tisbury Farmer’s Market, a beloved summer tradition since 1974.
Before visitors arrive on the island, their rental should be ideally stocked with all the things needed for the perfect vacation.
Martha’s Vineyard has a large selection of trails for nature lovers, hikers, and bikers. From shaded trails, to open fields and meadows, to scenic views on the water, the Island has it all.
As you likely know by now Martha’s Vineyard is an island, which means you need to travel across the water to get here. So you’ve got two options, by air or by sea.