Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts #AritaOnTheRoad
I can’t even begin to describe how blown away I was by this gem. Martha’s Vineyard is by far the most mesmerizing place I’ve seen.
It sits in the Atlantic just south of Cape Cod, this charming island encompasses harbor towns and lighthouses, sandy beaches and farmland. It’s accessible only by boat or air.
Now getting there is definitely not a walk in the park, buuuut oh so worth it. 5h drive to the port in MA and then 1h ferry to the island. If you have a car you can ship it but it is fairly expensive. We ended up parking the car in mainland and renting a 4×4 in the island.
There’s barely any service, so you’re disconnected for the most part. It feels really good I mean you really don’t need any distraction coz this place has so so much to offer, you better don’t miss out for having your face down a phone screen.
Where do I begin : the food is divine, the beaches are postcard worthy, the landscape is simply breathtaking. I will list the places I went and hopefully these points will make it easier for you when you make your way there
Menemsha Inn ( Ocean view cottages with the most beautiful sunset viewing spot in the island)
- Lucky Hank
- Menemasha Fish Market
- Tin Hangar Restaurant
- Aquinnah Cliffs
- Oak Bluffs
- South Beach-Katama Bay (4×4 access, for some epic off-roading)
- Island Alpaca
- Gingerbread Cottages
- Gay Head Lighthouse