Local Destinations in the Hamptons

East Hampton

East Hampton is a charming village located on the eastern end of Long Island, known for its upscale lifestyle, stunning beaches, and high-end shopping and dining. The village offers a wide array of boutique shops, art galleries, and acclaimed restaurants. Its pristine beaches, such as Main Beach and Two Mile Hollow Beach, are popular attractions. For those seeking adventure on the water, luxury yacht rentals are available. Overall, East Hampton offers a luxurious getaway experience for travelers looking to indulge in the finer things in life.



Located on the northern fork of Long Island, Greenport proves that you don’t have to go very far to get away. Settled in the 1600s by a small band of adventurers, furthering the commercial development of Long Island. With such a rich history it’s easy to imagine the alluring nature of Greenport.



Montauk, located at the easternmost end of Long Island, is a beautiful destination with over 5,000 acres of parks and beaches, making it a great escape from New York City. Visitors can enjoy hiking, biking, and horseback riding to explore the area's natural beauty, including the historic Montauk Point Lighthouse. Montauk also boasts luxurious accommodations, gourmet restaurants, and trendy bars, attracting those seeking an upscale experience. Activities such as water sports, golf, and art appreciation make it an ideal destination for a relaxing or adventure-filled vacation.


Shelter Island

Shelter Island, in the language of its original inhabitants, the Manhansets, meant “an island protected by islands.” It lies between the North and South Forks of Long Island. But geological particulars aside, the sentiment and the feeling of protection from overcrowding and rough seas remains to this day.


Sag Harbor

Sag Harbor, located on the Eastern End of Long Island, is a stunning destination that boasts a picturesque deep water harbor and port. It's no surprise that this area is a popular choice among celebrities such as Tiger Woods and Mark Cuban, as well as the mega yacht community. Aside from the high-profile visitors, Sag Harbor offers an array of activities for tourists, from shopping to dining, and exploring the area's charm


Ram's Head Inn

Hidden on an island's island, atop a beautiful, waterfront hillside sits the chic and historic Rams Head Inn. With a private beach and Great Lawn the outdoor activities are endless; paddle boarding, bocce ball, hammock time and sunbathing just to name a few.

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