Visit Marthas Vineyard & Nantucket
The island of Martha's Vineyard combines compelling natural beauty with the charms of a beach resort and plenty of outdoor activities. Each town on Martha's Vineyard has its own distinct style and atmosphere. Vineyard Haven is the island's commercial hub and the place most visitors arrive to by ferry.
On the eastern shore, Edgartown is full of graceful 19-century homes of the town's sea captains and mercantile class. To the north, Oak Bluff is full of gingerbread cottages, while the Western Shoreline is a tranquil rural setting with spotless beaches.
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With a stay in historic Boston as its prologue, this self-drive winds south, via the Pilgrim settlement of Plymouth, to Cape Cod's dune-fringed idyll. Then, after day trips to Provincetown and the cobblestones of Nantucket, you'll end amid Martha's Vineyard's golden sands and gingerbread houses.
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Top places to stay in Marthas Vineyard & Nantucket
One of the most luxurious hotels on Nantucket, the White Elephant has a privileged position on Nantucket Harbour, with a grassy lawn that spreads down to the waterfront, a full-service spa and options that range from harbour-view rooms to trendy loft apartments.
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