Greetings From Martha's Vineyard Greetings From Martha's Vineyard Greetings From Martha's Vineyard

Hello friends,

Greetings From Martha's Vineyard! Our tour guides show you our 6 towns; each with a unique history and feel. See where celebrities stay and stand on the sets of Jaws. Understand why we are all drawn to this magical island!

Relax in our luxurious air conditioned vans on comfy leather captain chairs as we cruise alongside beautiful beaches and quaint seaside towns with whaling captains’ houses and stone walls framing rolling fields dotted with sheep all the way down to the sea!

Explore the gingerbread cottages, shop the island’s first general store, climb lighthouses, and view the colorful 200’ Clay cliffs!

Finally, we’ll have a picnic in Menemsha and dine on the freshest seafood on the docks next to the working fishing boats, with a complimentary bottle of wine!

Wish you were here!

Greeting From Martha’s Vineyard Tours

Oak Bluffs Edgartown West Tisbury Aquinnah Vineyard Haven Menemsha

Oak Bluffs

A Victorian-styled yet exciting town on the tip of our island. There are so many ice cream shops in Oak Bluffs, there is no doubt your stomach will ache if you try to taste them all! Circuit Avenue and the harbour are filled with wonderful bars, shops, and restaurants, and are flanked by the iconic Campground on one side and Ocean Park on the other.

Vineyard Haven

Filled with shops and restaurants, Vineyard Haven is a harbour town home to many creatives. Learn some maritime history, grab a coffee to go and head towards main street, or stop by Net Result for some fantastic seafood!

West Tisbury

A small but beautiful town. Check out Alley’s General Store’s vintage brass P.O. boxes amongst the thousands of items for sale. “If they don’t have it, you probably don’t need it!” one fellow on our tour said. Home of the farmer’s market and some remarkable artwork.

Menemsha

Every dreamed about watching a sunset and eating fresh seafood with a glass of wine? If you did, you dreamed of Menemsha. A small fishing harbour featuring seafood shops and a beach that looks off to the west. Martha’s Vineyard sunsets are already great, but if you want front-row seats, go to Menemsha.

Edgartown

Cruise the narrow streets with whaling captain’s houses on one side and the picturesque harbor on the other filled with beautiful classic sailboats and multi-million dollar yachts. Hear how whale oil money helped build this town and pause to photograph the majestic Harborview Hotel atop the hill. Make it to the steps of the Harborview and turn around to capture the great lighthouse with Chappaquiddick Island as your panoramic backdrop.

Aquinnah

It might take a bit longer to get to the tip of the island, not that the drive is anything but enjoyable as you wind under bows of oak and past homes of artists and novelists, but standing on the clay cliffs and looking down on pristine beaches makes the drive even more worth it. If you’re lucky, you might even catch surfers off of Moshop Beach!

A Victorian-styled yet exciting town on the tip of our island. Circuit Avenue and the harbour are filled with wonderful bars, shops, and restaurants, and are flanked by the iconic Campground on one side and Ocean Park on the other.

Cruise the narrow streets with whaling captain’s houses on one side and the picturesque harbor on the other filled with beautiful classic sailboats and multi-million dollar yachts. Hear how whale oil money helped build this town and pause to photograph the majestic Harborview Hotel.

Every dreamed about watching a sunset and eating fresh seafood with a glass of wine? If you did, you dreamed of Menemsha. Martha’s Vineyard sunsets are already great, but if you want front-row seats, go to Menemsha.

Filled with shops and restaurants, Vineyard Haven is a harbour town home to many creatives. Learn some maritime history, grab a coffee to go and head towards main street, or stop by Net Result for some fantastic seafood!

A small but beautiful town. Check out Alley’s General Store’s vintage brass P.O. boxes amongst the thousands of items for sale. “If they don’t have it, you probably don’t need it!” one fellow on our tour said. Home of the farmer’s market and some remarkable artwork.

It might take longer to get to the tip of the island, not that the drive is anything but enjoyable as you wind under bows of oak and past homes of artists and novelists, but standing on the clay cliffs and looking down on pristine beaches makes the drive even more worth it.

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