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How to get here
The Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce
has great information and links for getting here and away.
Ferry - This is the most common way to get to Martha’s
Car- Many visitors to Martha's Vineyard choose to drive to the
ferry and either walk across or bring their car along.
Airport- There is service to the Martha's Vineyard Airport from Boston,
Hyannis, Nantucket, New Bedford, and Providence.
Felix Neck Wildlife Sanctuary This 350-acre sanctuary is home
to 100 species of birds, including cormorants and ospreys, and other
wildlife. Follow one of the six well-marked trails for views of all the
island's ecosystems: marshland, ponds, woods and grasslands.
Attraction type: Nature reserve
Beaches The unspoiled charm of Martha's Vineyard is probably best
exemplified by the many scenic beaches located here. The beaches vary
from protected, shallow, clear-water stretches on the northern and
eastern sides of the Island to expanses of rumbling surf along the
Movies There is one movie Theater.
Restuarants Martha’s Vineyard Chamber of Commerce has a
complete listing including restuarant features.
Shops Martha’s Vineyard Online is a great source.
Getting Around Shuttles, buses, and bikes are the best way to get
around the traffic-jammed islands in season -- unless you're staying in
the outskirts or have small children to tote, who might be better
transported in a car. You'll see many visitors on scooters, too.
Off-season parking and town traffic are much less of a problem.