Martha's Vineyard Towns
Vineyard Haven is a wonderful landing spot for visitors and locals alike. The beautiful natural harbor and the inviting beams from the East and West Chop lighthouses will call you home and welcome you ashore to Martha’s Vineyard.
Once a suburb of Edgartown, Oak Bluffs came into its own in the mid-19th century thanks to the establishment of the Methodist Campgrounds. Today, however, Oak Bluffs has become to the place to go for nightlife on the island.
As the oldest English town on Martha’s Vineyard, Edgartown is noted for picturesque harbors and being perhaps the most elegant town on-island. Walk North Water Street to see the rows of stately captain’s houses, or take a trip to The Vincent House, the island’s oldest known home-turned-museum, and tour inside.
Home to many farms, beaches and State Forest area, West Tisbury is quiet town that maintains a pastoral atmosphere on Martha’s Vineyard, while still having a strong sense of community.
Noted for rolling hills, roaming wildlife, old stone walls and gorgeous coastline that create a scene straight out of a pastoral painting, Chilmark is a picturesque Up-Island town on Martha’s Vineyard.
With only 6 square miles of land and 35 square miles of sea to its name, Aquinnah is the smallest town on Martha’s Vineyard, but it is jam-packed with gorgeous sights, beautiful beaches and a rich history.