Very nice area for taking pictures and just soaking in the scenery. Bus goes there every hour. Restaurant and rest rooms available. Gift shops as well.
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At the end of Martha’s Vineyard, there are find multi-colored cliffs near the Gay Head Lighthouse. The cliffs show different colors of green, yellow, black, brown, red and white. Our bus driver gave us a few minutes to take pictures of these cliffs. The cliffs...More
Lots of time things are billed as unique, but really are just not that special. But, Aquinnah Cliffs are unique and I am really glad to have seen them (10 min hike to beach and then 100 ft. walk down beach to get up close)....More
My best friend and 2 of her children went to Martha's Vineyard for a weekend and this was one of our favorite stops. Beautiful views and access to one of my favorite lighthouses. It has a short walk to an overlook which is breath-taking.
I can't encourage you enough to visit the Aquinnah Cliffs and if possible, the lighthouse. The lighthouse was moved backwards more than a year ago due to the erosion of the cliffs. The view from the top is absolutely spectacular. It is so fantastic, that...More
The Gay Head Cliffs are an essential component to every Vineyard visit. These dramatic and colorful cliffs hovering above the beautiful clear water of Vineyard Sound appear as the quintessential element of every reference in every piece of advertising. No visit is complete without a...More
Really lovely fresh breezes at this spot with interesting history, including that of a giant man (forgot his name). All of the history has to be read. We spent about 30 minutes here. The views from the light house are picturesque. You can see a...More
The view from this place is breath taking. We went there on a windy and cold day so we were not able to spend much time here. But the time we spend was awesome.
The Aquinnah Cliffs are more stunning then pictures could ever show. I went in November when it was a little bit colder but at the same time a llittle less crowded. I have visited the Vineyard during the summer a few years back and I...More