Martha's Vineyard Vacations
Boston, the state capital, is situated roughly 70 miles (113 kilometers) north of Martha's Vineyard, while Newport is 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the west.
Martha's Vineyard is blessed with many fine beachside destinations tailor-made for relaxing with friends and family. South Beach and Inkwell Beach are among the best spots for sunbathing in this coastal location. State Beach and Joseph Sylvia State Beach are some of the other beaches in the area.
There’s no reason not to work on your game when staying in Martha's Vineyard; visit Farm Neck Golf Club, home to the best greens and the nastiest bunkers the area. Grab your favorite five iron and putter and tee off, then finish the day in the clubhouse sharing stories with golf-obsessed locals.
The natural reserves around Martha's Vineyard allow visitors to see the species of flora and fauna that exist in the region. Take a long walk in Manuel F Correlus State Forest and relish your escape from the paved streets.
Nature lovers will want to check out Ocean Park, where visitors can enjoy a little slice of tranquility. Bring a picnic, pull out your sketch pad, or just soak up the sunshine. This park is the perfect match for all moods and seasons.
The Martha's Vineyard area’s major sights sometimes overshadow its less renowned, but equally rewarding spots. The Flying Horses Carousel, The Trinity Park Tabernacle, the Cape Poge Light and the East Chop Light are all recommended should you have a few hours left to fill.