Why There’s Simply No Better Season To Visit Martha’s Vineyard Than Springtime

The beautiful coastal island located south of Cape Cod in Massachusetts is best known as an idyllic summer vacation spot. But springtime may be a better option for visiting the quaint and tucked-away getaway, which requires a short ferry ride to reach. Here’s why you consider a relaxing and less crowded visit in the months leading up to traditional tourist season:

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Have you visited Martha’s Vineyard, and if so, what is your favorite place to dine or stay? Did you visit during summertime or during off-season, and would you recommend it to others?

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