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Martha’s Vineyard Towns

A photo of a lighthouse in one of the various Martha's Vineyard towns.Just off the coast of Cape Cod sits an island that, while small, is full of adventure to be had. While Martha’s Vineyard is only about 100 square miles, there are six quaint towns that each have their own identity. Let Edgartown and Vineyard Square Hotel & Suites serve as your home base. Located in the heart of town, this charming hotel is the ideal place to lay your head after exploring everything these adorable destinations have to offer.

The Six Towns of Martha’s Vineyard

Whether you visit one town or all six, you can find something unique to do or see in every location.

Aquinnah

As the westernmost town, Aquinnah is the perfect place to see the sun sink into the water. Visit the Aquinnah Cultural Center, which looks to preserve and document the Aquinnah Wampanoag history and culture, or explore local shops like Bowen’s Arrow in the cultural district. This town is also home to Gay Head Lighthouse, one of the most iconic locations on the island. 

Chilmark

Known for its rolling hills and the authentic fishing village of Menemsha, visitors to Chilmark need to stop by the Chilmark General Store. This Martha’s Vineyard institution is only open seasonally, so be sure to check its website before arriving. This town is a must-stop for those visiting in the spring when the town hosts The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival

Edgartown

Home to Vineyard Square, Edgartown is the perfect blend of old-world charm and open spaces. Explore landmarks around town by visiting the Edgartown Lighthouse or The Carnegie. Don’t forget to spend time just wandering historic Main Street. 

Oak Bluffs

Known as the liveliest town, Oak Bluffs is home to colorful gingerbread cottages, which are iconic to Martha’s Vineyard. Be sure to stop by the Flying Horses Carousel, the oldest continuous carousel in the country. 

Vineyard Haven

This working harbor village in Tisbury is the year-round port for the island. Vineyard Haven has a diverse cultural district full of interesting landmarks like the mural on the second-floor gallery of the Katharine Cornell Theatre or the whaling and industry captains’ homes on Williams Street. If you get hungry during your adventure, stop by Black Dog Tavern, which is a great spot to grab a meal or logo-ed gear.

West Tisbury

From the white church steeple to small farm stands, West Tisbury screams quintessential New England. Take a step back in time by stopping into Alley’s General Store. Watch stunning artwork come to life at Martha’s Vineyard Glassworks

Enjoy a Relaxing Martha’s Vineyard Escape

A photo of a room at a hotel in Edgartown, one of the various Martha's Vineyard towns.The best way to truly understand what makes Martha’s Vineyard such a unique vacation destination is to explore the towns that make it up. Vineyard Square Hotel & Suites offers the perfect place to relax after a long day of fun. Overlooking Edgartown Harbor, our hotel is the right mix of comfort and luxury. When booking your stay, select from a range of accommodation options, including rooms and suites. Our knowledgeable concierge staff can answer any questions you may have during your stay. To learn more about booking your stay or on-site amenities, call 508-627-4711.

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If you and your significant other have been searching for the ultimate couple’s getaway, we have the perfect place for you. Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard hosts a plethora of romantic activities for couples from across the globe. From our idyllic landscapes, decadent dining options, and array of indoor and outdoor activities, you and your partner are sure to have a lovely romantic vacation when you stay at Vineyard Square Hotel & Suites

Romantic Things to Do near Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard

If you’re the kind of couple who loves spending time amid the great outdoors, you’re in luck! Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, features fantastic hiking trails with guaranteed privacy and unparalleled New England landscapes. If you prefer something with a little more structure and love learning new things, consider booking an area tour. Challenge each other to a rousing game of golf at Mink Meadows Golf Club near our Martha’s Vineyard hotel. Treat yourselves to an ocean adventure and schedule a kayak tour or learn how to kiteboard at Skyhigh. Wind down for the day with one last nature-based activity and make your way to Menemsha Beach for a spectacular sunset. 

 

While Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard hosts a seemingly endless stream of outdoor activities, we’ve plenty of relaxing indoor establishments that may better suit your fancy. Survey the brilliant art pieces at one of the many galleries near our Martha’s Vineyard towns. Peruse our on-site Eisenhauer Gallery to view an assortment of intriguing contemporary works. If you prefer the finer things in life, shop ‘til you drop at our bountiful boutiques and find everything from beautiful jewelry and chic clothing to scrumptious fudge squares and an excellent book selection. Achieve peak relaxation at our on-site Martha’s Vineyard spa, the Sea Spa Salon. Treat yourselves to a couple’s massage or pedicure, and luxuriate in our exceptional accommodations. 

Your Ideal Martha’s Vineyard Vacation Awaits

Treat your partner to the couple’s getaway of their dreams when you make a reservation at our hotel in Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard. You’ll have access to myriad nearby activities and have several dining options from which to choose. Pay a visit to our on-site eatery, Chesca’s, for some fresh, East Coast dishes. After dinner has settled, head to the edge of town at sunset for a romantic walk on the beach near Edgartown Lighthouse. Please contact us for more suggestions about romantic things to do near Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard. Our resourceful staff is happy to accommodate you. 

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There’s no place like Martha’s Vineyard in the summer: peaceful, green meadows, gorgeous ocean views, fresh seafood, and picturesque lighthouses. You may feel overwhelmed by all of the things you’ll want to do and see when you visit. Consider going on one (or a few!) Martha’s Vineyard tours when you stay at Vineyard Square Hotel. Book a guide for your Martha’s Vineyard vacation or conduct your very own self-guided walking tour. Regardless, you’re sure to learn everything you want to know (and more!) about our Martha’s Vineyard towns.

Learn about Martha’s Vineyard on Foot

One of the best ways to get out and explore a new place is by booking a walking tour. Luckily for you, there are several Martha’s Vineyard walking tours from which to choose. Instead of feeling like a spectator, you’ll be an active participant at places you visit. Plus, it’s a great source of exercise. Edgartown, MA, should be at the top of your list of places to explore. One of the best ways to get an accurate feel of Martha’s Vineyard towns is to book an Edgartown walking tour. Edgartown, MA, is a historical village with a fascinating past and a lively downtown hub of excitement and activity.

Martha’s Vineyard Bus & Trolley Tours

Understandably, not everyone can swing a walking tour. Also, it’s your Massachusetts getaway, so by all means, take it easy. There are plenty of excellent bus and trolley tours (and even a few private charters!) from which to choose. After you’ve narrowed down which Martha’s Vineyard tour (or tours) you want to book, make your way down to Oak Bluffs Harbor, and cruise around our beautiful island.

Martha’s Vineyard Tours & Excursions

If you’re looking for more of a comprehensive sightseeing tour list, then make your way to Martha’s Vineyard Tours & Excursions. Choose between tours that vary by length, create a custom tour, or special request a Jaws tour. Martha’s Vineyard Tours & Excursions will give you an insider’s look at the most beautiful sights and finest attractions our island has to offer.

Self-Guided Martha’s Vineyard Tours

Some people prefer to have structured, guided tours. Others prefer to take tours into their own hands. If you fall into the latter category, consider formulating a self-guided walking tour. Meander the streets of Edgartown or create a lighthouse tour to view our island’s historic structures at your own pace.

Get the Most out of Your Martha’s Vineyard Vacation

Our Martha’s Vineyard towns have so much to offer that will shape your Massachusetts getaway. If you’d like more information on Martha’s Vineyard tours, please contact us. Our knowledgeable staff is happy to assist you.

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