Martha’s Vineyard is a picturesque island off the south-east coast of Massachusetts. Its year-round population of approximately 16,000 can reach over 100,000 inhabitants in the summer months due to its popularity as a celebrated travel destination. Martha’s Vineyard is well known for its famous inhabitants and visitors including Presidents, Congressmen and actors, the filming of the legendary movie “Jaws” and its successors and its unique island ecology. While the island is regarded as a summer resort destination for the rich and famous, people from all walks of life visit to explore the beauty and history of Martha’s Vineyard. Some stay for the summer, while some have only a day to tour. If time is limited, check out The Day Trippers Guide To Martha’s Vineyard.