While the Hamptons are an hour from the boroughs of New York City, they are entirely different from the hustle and bustle of city life. The exquisite Hamptons are located on the East End of Long Island, incorporating a group of towns, villages, and hamlets. This area is one of the most refreshing areas for travelers from the city and a hotspot for vacationers around the country.
The Hamptons are famous for their gorgeous beaches, coastal dunes, fine dining, luxury houses, and picturesque scenery. This group of towns have attained much of their fame as the residence or summer home of America’s top figures and stars. Each town has their own history, character, and attractions such as gorgeous beaches, busy harbors, scenic bays, lush golf courses, and quirky shops.
Enrich yourself in the Hampton’s history with houses and monuments reflecting the architecture from the 17th century. Every downtown is perfect for afternoon strolling with wide streets lined by trees and frequent benches to rest. Get a feel for old money side-by-side with new money with high-profile restaurants, nightclubs and boutique stores. Experience the true essence of the Hamptons by visiting the farmlands with grazing animals, tranquil villages, iconic light houses, majestic vineyards, and historical museums during your wonderful stay, you will be glad you did!
Here are just a few attractions to enjoy while vacationing with Faberge’s Hampton estates. Main Beach, East Hampton regularly tops the lists of America’s best beaches. The sands are kept clean and the water is pristine for swimming and fun. This litter-free oasis offers nearby concession stands and is one of the elite’s favorite place to soak up the sun. If you’re into surfing, head over to Ditch Plains, Montauk, for some gentle surf perfect for beginners or veteran long boarders.
If you’re feeling thirsty or are a wine enthusiast, Wölffer Estate Vineyard, Sagaponack offers not only wine and cheese, but tours of their lush fields and winery while learning their rich history. If you’re looking for a peaceful activity, visit the LongHouse Reserve, East Hampton. Escape the busy beach scene and connect with this beautiful 16-acre garden and sculpture park. Enjoy the flowers in bloom and wildlife such as bullfrogs and turtles. Bring a camera to Red Garden, designed by Jack Lenor Larsen, and Yoko Ono’s “Play it By Trust” sculpture, featuring a giant chess board with all-white playing pieces.