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Famous Beaches & The Hamptons

A Beach Weekend in the Hamptons

3 Days

Long Island beaches are world-renowned for their fine white sand, spectacular waves, miles of boardwalks, beach trails, shore-side restaurants, public picnic areas, and beautiful sunrises & sunsets. 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.

LIRR INFO

Take the Long Island Railroad East on the Montauk branch to head to Westhampton, Hampton Bays, Southampton, East Hampton, and Montauk.


Day 1

Shopping Info

Shop in Downtown Southampton for luxury brands, modern art, unique finds, and more. Don’t forget to stop at Tates Bake Shop, home of the famous Tate’s Cookies.


Day 2

Stop for Tea

Have a cup of tea at Plain-T (Tea Room)


Day 3

Insider Tip

Most beaches have a daily or seasonal fee between Memorial Day and Labor Day. GET MORE INFORMATION

Shopping Info

Shop for souvenirs in the Plaza Sports building.

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