Cape Cod Islands are Calling: Discover Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket

Cape Cod Islands are Calling: Discover Martha's Vineyard & Nantucket
These travel guides take you on a complete tour around the islands.

In My Footsteps: A Traveler’s Guide to Martha’s Vineyard by Christopher Setterlund

A mix of quaint charm and stunning natural beauty gives the Vineyard a truly unique allure. Historic homes, lighthouses, renowned restaurants, and miles of pristine beaches are only the starting points for the wonders that have made this island of not quite 100 square miles a coveted vacation spot. Through clear and concise directions, including addresses, distances, and GPS coordinates, this unique guide whisks you around the island, stopping at both must-see popular spots and lesser-known hidden gems treasured by the locals.

Size: 6″ x 9″ | 189 color photos | 128 pp
ISBN13: 9780764350191 | Binding: soft cover

Also by Christopher Setterlund, In My Footsteps: A Cape Cod Travel Guide, released October 28, 2013

101 Things to do In Martha’s Vineyard by Gary J. Sikorski

Take an informative journey of 101 things to do and see in the popular summer playground island of Martha’s Vineyard, off the coast of Massachusetts. Through 231 stunning photographs, explore the streets lined with majestic white-clapboard captains’ mansions in Edgartown, reach for the brass ring on a Victorian carousel in Oak Bluffs, hike the scenic clay cliffs in Aquinnah, pick blueberries right from the bush in Chilmark, and feast on a freshly steamed lobster as the sun sets over the fishing village of Menemsha. Whether it’s your first trip to the island or you’re a frequent visitor, you are sure to find something new and exciting that Martha’s Vineyard has to offer.

Size: 10″ x 7″ | 231 color photos | index | 152 pp
ISBN13: 9780764349539 | Binding: hard cover

Coming soon (June 28, 2016):

In My Footsteps: A Traveler’s Guide to Nantucket by Christopher Setterlund

Thirty miles off the Cape Cod shore sits the quaint historic island of Nantucket, the Far Away Island. Once one of the richest towns in America thanks to its leading role in the whaling industry, the island reinvented itself in the twentieth century as a destination spot for tourists. This traveler’s guide takes you on a round-the-island tour, noting its infamous cobblestone streets, world-renowned restaurants, museums, fabulous shops, and acres of conservation lands. You’ll discover the historic homes, lighthouses, and beaches that make the island famous, but also some truly incredible locations only a local would know. Brant Point Lighthouse, the Nantucket Whaling Museum, Madaket Beach, and Sconset Village are only the beginning. See why Nantucket is a favorite vacation spot for everyone from families with young children to corporate executives looking for a paradise to truly get away from it all.

Size: 6″ x 9″ | 195 color and b/w photos | 160 pp
ISBN13: 9780764350948 | Binding: soft cover