Edgartown is a small and very attractive town and the county seat of Dukes County, Massachusetts. In the past, it used to be a thriving whaling port, but nowadays the local economy is mostly based on tourism. There are many well-maintained houses built long ago by many captains and now they serve as a great pole of tourist attraction. Thus, by visiting Edgartown for your summer holidays you will have the chance to find out more about its past (its origins date back to the 17th century), enjoy lovely beaches, sunbathing, swimming, great home-made like local cuisine, and fabulous ocean views. A few of the top Edgartown attractions that are worth your attention include the 18th-Century Whaling Church that was recently transformed into a performing arts center, if you love movies then you will certainly find many Edgartown locations familiar since these were used in 1975 for the filming of Steven Spielberg’s blockbuster “Jaws,” the Edgartown Harbor Light, Katama Bay, South Beach, etc. The coolest part is that you can explore all these by bike or feet, thus an excellent opportunity to stop using the car for a while. Regarding budget accommodation, there are more than 30 and nearby Edgartown that offer rooms at competitive prices. The cost per room varies between $50 and $170+ per night.