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Nantucket

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Sage and lavender, salt wind and cut grass, lobster frittata and mimosas – these are the smells and tastes of a classic New England summer.
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Sage and lavender, salt wind and cut grass, lobster frittata and mimosas – these are the smells and tastes of a classic New England summer. And as fall approaches, the essence of an American autumn is formed from the magical combination of paintbrush leaves, sour cranberries, sweet pumpkin, and smoke from wood-burning fireplaces. There is perhaps no place on earth that captures the spirit of both seasons more magnificently than Nantucket.

In the high season, from spring through the end of summer, Nantucket flourishes families who have enjoyed the summer delights of Nantucket for generations. Restaurants in town burst to life, sailboats dot the water, and the sandy beaches fill with revelers and sunbathers.

As the summering families begin to dissipate and temperatures begin gradually to drop, the deciduous forests put on their annual display, harvests begin, and the festive atmosphere of the holiday season replaces the summer revelry. One tradition gives way to another, and Nantucket returns the quieter pace of a holiday town outside high season. For travelers who prefer quieter pleasures, there’s simply no other time to visit.

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