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Come explore Long Island, NY. From the history and heritage of the North Shore and the beaches and maritime culture of the South Shore; to the wineries and farms of the North Fork and the Hamptons and Montauk on the South Fork.

planning your trip

Planning Your Trip

At just over 100 miles long by only 20 miles wide, and featuring several major routes, planning a trip to Long Island is easy.
local tourism organizations

Local Tourism Organizations

Contact an area tourism organization to assist you in planning your visit to a specific region of Long Island.
main streets and villages

Main Streets & Villages

Explore quaint harbor side villages and sophisticated downtown areas featuring unique shops, theaters, museums and galleries.
gatsby's gold coast/north shore

Gatsby's Gold Coast/North Shore

Visit the North Shore where natural beauty, history, Gold Coast mansions, quaint villages and bluff-side beaches await.
maritime trail/south shore

Maritime Trail/South Shore

Long Island’s South Shore has a rich maritime history, and features great fishing, water sports, lighthouses and sandy beaches.
fire island

Fire Island

This spectacular barrier island off Long Island’s south shore features some of the most beautiful stretches of beaches in the northeast.
wine country/north fork

Wine Country/North Fork

Explore the dozens of wineries in Long Island Wine Country along with farms, B&Bs, small towns, great food and history.
hamptons to montauk/south fork

Hamptons to Montauk/South Fork

Visit some of the most exclusive shops, villages & beaches in the Hamptons and head out to Montauk for oceanfront fun.
nassau county

Nassau County

Visit Long Island’s Nassau County just over the NYC border and you’ll find world-class beaches, golf, museums and sports.
suffolk county

Suffolk County

Relax on a visit to Suffolk County where you’ll find the Hamptons, Wine Country, beaches, history and more.
shelter island

Shelter Island

Sheltered between Long Island’s North and South Forks and accessible by ferry, this island features great natural beauty.
new york city

New York City

Long Island’s close proximity to New York City makes it an ideal destination for travelers wanting a range of experiences.

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Long Island Convention & Visitors Bureau and Sports Commission
330 Motor Parkway, Suite 203, Hauppauge, NY 11788
877-386-6654 | tourism@discoverlongisland.com