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South Fork: The Hamptons & Montauk

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Exploring “The End” of Long Island

The celebrity famed resort areas of the Hamptons & Montauk on Long Island’s South Fork offers an array of year-round activities. Head to the Hamptons for glitz, glam and luxury and visit “the end” of Long Island’s South Fork in Montauk for an immersion into surf culture and beachside charm.

Stroll boutique-lined Main Street in East Hampton, the original Hampton hamlet. Dine at chic restaurants with fresh catch and farm-to-table fare, relax at one of the highly-rated beaches in the U.S. at Coopers Beach, visit the historic Montauk Point Lighthouse or surf the waves at Ditch Plains.

Catch a glimpse of your favorite celebrity as you live out the lavish Hamptons lifestyle or relax in style on an oceanfront cabana at Gurney’s Montauk Resort & Seawater Spa. Get a taste of Long Island’s booming craft beverage scene with a brew at the Montauk Brewing Company or sip handcrafted wine at Wölffer Estate Vineyard and Duck Walk Vineyard.

Fly into Long Island MacArthur Airport and use the Long Island Rail Road or Hampton Jitney bus service for car-free travel to the Hamptons & Montauk.

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