With Summer is quickly going by, here’s a list of the top 5 beaches in the Hamptons so you can stop searching and start relaxing.
Coopers Beach, Southampton
Rated as one of the Top Ten Beaches in America, Coopers Beach needs to be on your list of beaches to visit when in the Hamptons. With its white sandy shore surrounded by beautiful landscapes and historical mansions, this glistening beach stretches along the south shore of Long Island and is a place for relaxation and enjoyment.
Tiana Beach , Hamptons Bays
Tiana beach is known for being one of the best beaches for families and dogs in the Hamptons. With its pristine sand, lifeguards on duty, changing/bathrooms, and a relaxing, and quiet atmosphere, this beach is one of top beaches in the Hamptons. This beautiful beach is far enough to relax but also close enough to many restaurants so that after you soaked up the sun, you can enjoy a delicious meal.
Flying Point Beach, Southampton
Flying Point Beach, is a quiet and peaceful beach that is for sure a beach you want to visit when choosing a beach to visit in the Hamptons. This gorgeous beach has white sand, sea oats, sand dunes and a whole lot of space for all kinds of activities such as volleyball, fishing and kayaking. A picnic area is available as well as showers, restrooms and food trucks.
Ditch Plains Beach, Montauk
Ditch Plains is well known as the beach with amazing waves for surfing and also great for boogie boarding. With its sandy shores, dense greenery, and high elevation, this beach is the perfect place to hang loose and catch some waves. This beach is also equipped with bathrooms and showers and amazing local food trucks.
Gin Beach, Montauk
The perfect place to end your hectic day with its amazing views of the sunset and boats, Gin Beach is the place to be. This beach is on the top charts among the locals for its clean, relaxing and quiet atmosphere.