Nantucket Restaurants/Event Calendar And Lodging List – Insider Guide Updated

The Insider’s Guide to Nantucket features travel and accommodation tips, restaurant and shopping information, photo galleries and beach listings, along with island guides for both day-trippers and longer-term visitors, has updated its news and events calendar in anticipation of the upcoming season for this resort off the coast of Massachusetts. The website serves as a guide for those people now planning their spring and summer visits.

More details can be found at https://nantucket.net

The Insider’s Guide to Nantucket, which serves as the go-to comprehensive online resource for residents and vacationers, features beach listings, island festivals, biking routes, fishing tips, museums and tours information, information about Nantucket’s three lighthouses and many parks and conservation areas. It also carries a classified section and lists business resources for homeowners – landscapers, tile shops, and building resources.

Once a renowned whaling port in the 18th century, then a fishing community before vacationing families from the East Coast made the island popular for summer tourists after WWII, Nantucket is now known worldwide for its charms, natural beauty, and attractions. A designated historic district since the 1960s, the island’s population balloons from under 18,000 to over 60,000 during the summer months.

Upcoming events on the Insider’s Guide to Nantucket website are listed for every day of the month and include an Irish Rambles cultural celebration on March 13, a Snowy Owl Quest on March 19, and “One Book One Island” events throughout the month of March. With April, Nantucket starts its Festival Season with the Nantucket Daffodil Festival, followed by the Nantucket Food & Wine Festival, The Nantucket Film Festival, the Nantucket Dance Festival, and the very popular Boston Pops on Nantucket. More events are being added daily as their details are finalized.

See the events at https://events.nantucket.net

The Insider’s Guide to Nantucket divides accommodation possibilities into inns, hotels, and vacation rentals. Options are diverse and not only for beachcombers and aspiring sailors: Nantucket features one of the country’s highest concentrations of pre-Civil War structures and homes – more than 800 in total. One could lodge in a whaling captain’s house, or a “top hotel in the U.S.,” or a beach bungalow – choices abound.

Interested parties can go to https://nantucket.net/lodging

“We include everything that visitors planning a trip might need help with – from flights and ferries to fine dining and fishing,” said a Nantucket.net spokesperson. “Sometimes people don’t realize the full range of activities possible: Nantucket is an historic landmark with dramatic history, an art colony with galleries, theatre, and concerts, and a beach paradise with pristine sand beaches and plenty of opportunities for fishing and other water sports. More than half the island is preserved by conservation organizations: visitors can see nesting terns, visit our three lighthouses, and even help a natural science organization with projects.”

More information can be seen at https://nantucket.net/tours/

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