Edgartown, Martha's Vineyard is known for its diverse landscape and miles of stunning beaches. With everything from in-town harbors to breathtaking wildlife preserves, Edgartown has a a beach for every Martha's Vineyard visitor.
For those seeking lively surf and endless people- watching opportunities, South Beach awaits. As Edgartown's largest and most popular beach, there is never a shortage of people to see, and things to do.
Peaceful surf and sand await at Joseph Sylvia State Beach. Stretching just over two miles from Edgartown to Oak Bluffs, State Beach is idea for walking, relaxing, and playing with young children. You will likely see kayaks and windsurfers off shore, and kids are often found jumping from Memorial Bridge to the warm water below.
Edgartown, a harbor town, offers multiple in-town beaches just a short walk or bike ride from Main Street. Lighthouse Beach sits at the junction of Star-Buck's Neck and North Water Street, and Fuller Street Beach just at the end of Fuller Street. Take a walk, or just relax and watch the boats go by.
An oversand driving permit, or short trip on the On-Time ferry, provide access to famed Chappaquiddick island, home to Wasque Beach and East Beach. Chappy's undisturbed, serene landscape and out of the way location make it a must-see destination for visitors to Edgartown.