Transportation

Bike leaning against fence at Steps Beach - LSS 2 Sailboats - Galvin Blue Hydrangeas - Galvin family leaving Steps Beach - LSS Brant Point Lighthouse in the fall - Galvin Easy Street - Galvin Main Street - LSS family at the beach - Galvin ferry pulling out of Nantucket - Galvin overlooking Sankaty Lighthouse - LSS Ladies Beach upper path - Galvin couple on Lone Beach - Galvin purple sunset - LSS Rosa Rogosa - Galvin old North Wharf cottage - Galvin Quidnet Beach path - LSS Rainbow Fleet specators at Branch Point - Galvin Roberts House Porch India Street - Galvin Steps Beach walkway - LSS Sconset Beach - Galvin surfing kids on Cisco Beach - Galvin
With a variety of available transportation choices by air and sea, getting to and around Nantucket has never been easier!

Nantucket Island is 14 miles long by 3.5 miles wide, with a majority of
lodging, shops and restaurants within a mile of the center of town. Whether you’re arriving by sea or air, you’ll find it easy to get around the island without a car. Seasonal shuttle buses run from May to October and paved bike paths lead to all ends of the island. Rental vehicles and mopeds, taxis, and limousine services are also readily available. So, please leave your car behind and help preserve our historic downtown district and unique environment while minimizing traffic.