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Off Cape Cod’s southwestern edge, Martha’s Vineyard is about 20 miles wide and 10 miles tall. It’s divided into up-island to the west, and down-island, the more densely populated eastern side. The Vineyard is also split into wet and dry towns, and the latter do not allow alcohol sales. Armed with these facts, plan accordingly.
Naturally blessed with beautiful beaches and comprising mostly conservation land, the island is famously known as the setting for the 1970s movie ‘Jaws’, and for its wealthy and creative residents. This island of quaint towns and winding country lanes is where wild turkeys – and artists – roam free.
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