Martha's Vineyard is known for beautiful and vast beaches. The following is a list of the top Martha's Vineyard beaches.
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The famous Inkwell Beach is part of Oak Bluffs Town Beach. Since the 1800s the Inkwell Beach has long been a popular destination and it is beloved by many.
Joseph Sylvia State Beach
Joseph Sylvia State Beach is a two mile long barrier beach that runs alongside Beach Road, and protects Sengekontacket pond.
Just a short walk from Main Street in downtown Edgartown is Lighthouse Beach. This iconic beach is at the entrance to Edgartown Harbor and Katama Bay.
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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.
Just a short walk from the Steamship Authority ferry terminal in Vineyard Haven is Owen Park Beach and Tisbury Town Beach. These beaches are family friendly.
For a look at the open ocean, head out of town to rural Katama, home of South Beach (Katama Beach), and Norton Point Beach.
Squibnocket Beach is a Chilmark town beach located along the south shore. It is a popular place among surfers, and a legendary place for striped bass fishermen.