These beaches offer great views of beautiful Martha's Vineyard sunsets setting over the open ocean.
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Past the drawbridge en route to Oak Bluffs from Vineyard Haven along Beach Road, you will find Eastville Beach. This beach has easy access from the parking lot.
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Lake Tashmoo Town Beach
For views of the Elizabeth Islands and the North Shore of the island from Vineyard Haven, Lake Tashmoo Town Beach is also a popular spot open to the public.
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Lambert's Cove Beach is a coveted North Shore beach with crystal blue ocean views, soft white sand, and famously calm water.
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On Aquinnah's North Shore you'll find Lobsterville Beach across the channel from Menemsha, and stretching for miles up to Dogfish Bar.
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Long Point Wildlife Refuge
Long Point Wildlife Refuge Beach is a vast secluded beach on the South Shore of the Island. This property is managed by the Trustees of Reservations.
If you are fortunate enough to be a town resident, or staying in a home with a beach pass, Lucy Vincent Beach is an iconic beach to visit.
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Menemsha Public Beach
Menemsha Public Beach is located in the heart of the Island's historic fishing village, Menemsha. It is the most iconic place on the island to watch the sunset.
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Norton Point Beach is managed by the Trustees of Reservations, and is open for over sand driving, with proper permits.
Philbin Beach is a beloved town beach in Aquinnah but it is only accessible to homeowners and renters in town.
For a look at the open ocean, head out of town to rural Katama, home of South Beach (Katama Beach), and Norton Point Beach.