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This vibrant community of seaside homes, resorts, glamorous eateries, and vineyards has been a beloved retreat for affluent vacationers for decades. In the 19th century, fashionable travelers from high society popularized the area thanks to lavish, Gatsby-like galas and parties. The Hamptons are truly the best of both worlds: miles of inviting shoreline and the urban appeal of neighboring New York City.
Party it up in Montauk
There’s no better place for dancing than at Montauk’s The Surf Lodge, a popular spot for live music with the 20- and 30-something crowd out from New York for the weekend. It’s definitely a party atmosphere, but the outdoor ambience and laid-back vibe make this destination a perennial summer favorite.
Shop till you drop
There’s no shortage of high-end shopping in this luxe area, but South and East Hampton have the best streets for one-stop designer browsing. Southampton is home to favorites like Hildreth’s Home Goods, a One King’s Lane pop-up and staples like J. McLaughlin. In East Hampton, peruse everything from high-end workout gear at Sweaty Betty to boutique finds from designers like Jimmy Choo, Theory, Zimmermann and more.
Walk the beaches
With so much to do, it’s easy to forget that Long Island offers dozens of public stretches of sand. Coopers Beach in Southampton presents a fantastic spot for a scenic stroll past some beautiful high-end homes in the Hamptons. The more active set might prefer to grab a bike from Amagansett Beach & Bicyle Company and cruise along Highway 17 until you reach the Montauk Lighthouse.
Book your transfer or hourly service from Central Park in Manhattan to 55 Shore, a spectacular waterfront villa on Shelter Island.