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Nantucket Timeshare

Nantucket is an amazing destination with a long history and some great things to do. Located right off the southern New England coast, it is close to Cape Cod and easy to reach. With a total population of fewer than 11,000 residents, it's one of the smallest visitor destinations in the state. When you buy a Nantucket timeshare, you will feel like a full-time resident, even if you only spend a few weeks here. 

Some of the more popular events that take place on the island include the Daffodil Festival Weekend, which takes place during the last weekend in April. Held for more than 40 years, this festival brings visitors to the area.... Read More

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who love flowers. Many travelers also like the Nantucket Wine Festival held in May. This festival features wines produced by vineyards along the East Coast. You can also visit during the annual Book Festival, Film Festival or the Nantucket Community Sailing Opera House Cup Race.

Historic Lighthouses and More

Fans of history enjoy Nantucket because the island is home to so many historic lighthouses and other buildings. The National Park Service named the island a National Historic Landmark District due to the island's architecture, which features examples of seaside architecture from the 19th century and earlier. Among the sites you should visit include the Brant Point Lighthouse, Sankaty Head Light and Great Point Lighthouse. The Jethro Coffin House is another National Historic Landmark on the island. You may want to visit the Whaling Museum to learn about the whaling history, a lucrative industry in the 18th and 19th centuries which is a big part of why the island has enjoyed such affluence over the years.

Nantucket is a small town with a friendly and welcoming environment. You'll feel at home from the moment you step foot in your timeshare, and you'll feel the same way each time you visit. Spring and Summer visits give you the perfect excuse to hit Jetties Beach or the Children Beach, which has mild waves that are suitable for kids. The Nantucket Shipwreck and Lifesaving Museum offers a look at the ships that wrecked off the island and some of the artifacts rescued from those wrecks. You can add the Nantucket Aquarium and the Long Pond Trail to your list of places to visit.

Shoulder Season on Nantucket

During the peak visitor season, you'll find crowds whether you want to check out tourist attractions, visit a hot restaurant or just pick up some groceries. The busy season starts on Memorial Day weekend and runs through Labor Day weekend. Residents think that the best time to visit is in March and April and then September and October. If you visit Nantucket during the winter, you'll want to bring lots of warm weather clothing and make sure that you can handle the harsh storms and weather the island gets.

Once you buy a Nantucket timeshare, you will find local attractions and activities that you love visiting each year. And with an affordable timeshare resale, you’ll enjoy inexpensive accommodations compared to some of the more extravagant accommodation options.