Known primarily as a port town, Edgartown sports an appealing and picturesque natural environment easily attracting the tourists of Martha’s Vineyard. The frequent visitors are generally awestruck by the grand mansions with elegant, sea-side gardens, the breathtaking view of the harbor, and the Chappaquiddick Island.
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Calling all self-professed foodies! June 2014 is the perfect time to visit Martha’s Vineyard, especially if Edgartown and Chilmark are part of your travel plans. Why? Well, it’s when two great culinary events will be taking place in those areas. To enjoy them, all you need is an A-A Island Auto Rental and the following information:
You’re ready for your fall trip to Martha’s Vineyard; you’ve made your hotel reservations and signed up for your cool rental car. Now comes the good part: planning where you will go to eat! Here are the favorite spots to get good food in Edgartown, according to both locals and visitors.
If you’re considering a visit to Martha's Vineyard, you won’t be disappointed. The only problem you may encounter is that the beauty of the area will take your breath away! There’s something for everyone, from sea lover to land lover.
Vineyard Haven is the main port of entry on Martha’s Vineyard, hosting the Steamship Authority ferry, which shuttles passengers to and from the main land year round. This tiny town of around 2,000 residents is known for its shops, restaurants, and the Vineyard Haven band.
Edgartown is situated on the southeastern end of Martha’s Vineyard, and has a population of around 4,000 people. It was originally a whaling port that has since become a summer home for a number of people. As the largest town on the island, you’ll find a host of fun activities and attractions to keep you entertained while on a visit here.