If you are looking to escape to a truly unique vacation destination, Aero Charter has found the place for you. Take a trip to Martha’s Vineyard, located just south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It is a year-round destination, so you can’t go wrong. There is still time to enjoy a quick summer getaway full of world-class beaches, local excursions and fresh seafood.
Why Aero Charter Loves Martha’s Vineyard
Aero Charter loves flying to Martha’s Vineyard — not just for the views and activities but the airport supports all types and sizes of private jets. Flying private with Aero Charter always guarantees an easy, worry-free trip. Once you land on the island, there is so much Martha’s Vineyard has to offer.
Best Things to Do
Martha’s Vineyard could be one of Aero Charter’s most beautiful stops. If you decide to visit, make sure you are prepared, and bring your camera. Visitors could spend days just taking pictures of all the unique New England coastal scenery. You will also need to pack a good pair of walking shoes. Enjoy Martha’s Vineyard by exploring every corner of the island.
The Menemsha Hills are a protected natural reserve with wide-open vistas. The reservation is open year round. Its rocky shoreline is home to the area’s thriving fishing boat industry right there along Vineyard Sound.
Three miles of trails wind through low-lying wetlands and moss-covered woodlands. You can hike up to overlooks with unparalleled views of the north shore and always find a great spot to picnic.
There are five lighthouses on Martha’s Vineyard that hold a little bit of maritime history, but one of Aero Charter’s favorites is the Edgartown Lighthouse. The original Edgartown Lighthouse was built in 1828 on a small man-made island in the Edgartown harbor.
The lighthouse was originally constructed for Crane Beach in Ipswich, Massachusetts, but it was relocated to the Vineyard in 1938. It offers an incredible panoramic view of the harbor.
Farm Neck Golf Club
We always like to find the best golf courses. The Farm Neck Golf Club is located in the town of Oak Bluffs. It is one of New England’s best public golf courses with a reputation for championship golf.
While there, it may be hard to just focus on the fairways and greens. The eye-popping scenery includes everything from woodlands to open meadows, salt marshes and stunning overlooks along the water’s edge.
Best Places to Stay
Martha’s Vineyard is quintessential New England. Edgartown and Oak Bluffs occupy the eastern portion called the down-island region. There are great inns and hotels located in all three of these popular towns.
The Oak Bluffs Inn
Oak Bluffs Inn is within walking distance of the local ferry and Inkwell Beach. Operated as a bed-and-breakfast, local restaurants and the harbor are close by.
The Christopher is situated right on the ocean. If you were any closer, you would be in the ocean. Nestled in the historic town of Edgartown, the Christopher is a beautiful Victorian bed and breakfast dating back to the 1840s. It has all of the character and comforts you could ever expect.
Harbor View Hotel
Also located in Edgartown, Harbor View Hotel is a must-stay resort. The hotel, the largest on the island, is surrounded by water and affords views of the beach throughout the entire property.
Best Restaurants to Eat At
If delicious dining is what you’re looking for, you will not be disappointed. There are so many options that celebrate the local cuisine.
Lookout Tavern is a hot spot for visitors and locals. Close to the docks, it offers beautiful views and a casual, oceanside atmosphere. The seafood menu includes everything from lobster bisque to lobster rolls, Mahi Mahi and crab cakes.
The Pawnee House
The Pawnee House is located in Oak Bluffs. It is one of the most creative culinary experiences in the area. Known for its locally sourced vegan menu, the food is out of this world. We recommend starting with charred shishito peppers with chipotle aioli followed by the salmon wellington.
Offshore Ale is known as “the peanut place” and is the only brewpub on Martha’s Vineyard. It is the area’s beloved local watering hole. Visitors also enjoy the delicious food and the huge selection of craft beers. The menu includes all of the classic brewpub options as well as Martha’s Vineyard lobster, ahi tuna and fresh cod sandwiches.
How to Travel to Martha’s Vineyard
Are you ready for your next great adventure? Experience the beauty and luxury of Martha’s Vineyard. Whether you’re ready to kick back and enjoy the sunshine, or cozy up to a roaring fire during the off-season, Aero Charter can get you there.
Our team of experts will ensure your private flight experience is enjoyable and carefree! Contact us today to book a flight for your next adventure.
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