Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts

Nested on the Atlantic, south of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard is a Massachusetts island that offers a quintessential New England summer vacation experience. Stay with Inspirato at Harthaven, a six-bedroom home with easy access to South Beach, plus a private heated outdoor pool and lounge area. And at nearby Spiritsail, find a stunning new-build home with its own pool, chef’s kitchen, and game room, just 10 minutes from Edgartown.

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A Farm-to-Table Departure

Even though life slows down the moment you arrive, the busy main port of Vineyard Haven is a testament to the charm and intrigue of Martha's Vineyard. An archipelago of the Elizabeth Islands off the coast of Massachusetts, and only about 100 square miles, the island has long served as a discreet summer colony for families, low-key celebrities, and curious travelers. Colonial influences are apparent in the island's architecture and the landscape is dotted with lighthouses, farms, sandy beaches, and quaint shops. Vacationers put down their suitcases here for the quiet and calm, the same quality that attracts a star-studded list to the serene atmosphere.

Quick Facts

  • Suggested Airport
    Logan International Airport (BOS)
  • Average temperature
    77℉ in summer; 45℉ in winter
  • Closest big city
  • Peak season
  • Car Recommend?

Destination Highlights

  • Aquinnah Cliffs

    This is one of Martha's Vineyard's most popular and photogenic attractions, and you can visit by bike or bus. These gorgeous clay cliffs are decorated with paths down to the beach and up even higher to more cliffs.

  • Chappaquiddick Island

    This is home to spectacular sights like Wasque Point, East Beach, Cape Poge Lighthouse, Mytoi Japanese Gardens, and amazing beaches manned by the Trustees of Reservations. Catch a ferry from Edgartown for an easy ride.

  • Island Alpaca

    Animal lovers will delight in the opportunity to visit Island Alpaca, a family-owned farm with more than 50 alpacas. The animals have been socialized from a young age and are safe for children to interact with and appreciate.



  • Forecasting Your Martha's Vineyard Vacation

    Thanks to its proximity to the rest of Massachusetts, Martha's Vineyard enjoys cool summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures typically reach no higher than 79 degrees and the coldest winter months are January and February.


Map of Martha's Vineyard

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