What Not To Miss In The Hamptons This Summer

Alexandra Reconco

The Hamptons is New York City’s escape from the stress and pressure and a way to relax and enjoy the beautiful beaches and destinations within the area. The Hamptons is roughly a two and a half hour ride from the city (given traffic) and is worth every minute of travel for its array of activities, ocean breezes, white sand beaches, and excellent seafood. We have compiled a few but noteworthy things to do during your stay in the Hamptons.

Wolffer Estate

Wolffer Estate

Wolffer Estate Vineyard

While visiting the Hamptons, make sure to check out Wolffer Estate for its amazing selection of premium, and distinctive wines. A sustainable vineyard in the heart of the Hamptons offers its guests a day full of wonders and a day of tasting award-winning wines. With its rustic modern space that overlooks the lush vineyard and the beautiful landscape of the Hamptons, the Wolffer Estate is the place of tranquility and bliss.

Coopers Beach

Rated as one of the Top Ten Beaches in America, Coopers Beach needs to be on your list to come 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.

Montauk Brewing Co

Celebrating the no-frills good life, Montauk Brewing Co. offers beers that have been expertly crafted to give its drinker a new perspective of drinking beers. With a variety of flavors, Montauk Brewing Co. is the perfect place to unwind and enjoy the company.           

LongHouse Reserve

“LongHouse Reserve exemplifies living with art in all forms. Founded by Jack Lenor Larsen, its collections, gardens, sculpture and programs reflect world cultures and inspire a creative life.” Located in East Hampton, this 16 acre reserve offers an array of art and gardens for its guests to explore and enjoy. Some outstanding features would be the Red Garden, the Fly’s Eye Dome and other pieces from Buckminster Fuller, Yoko Ono and Willem de Kooning to name a few. LongHouse Reserve is the place to go to indulge in the culture and arts and should for sure be a place that you plan on visiting when in the Hamptons.

Sparkling Pointe

Sparkling Pointe Vineyard and Winery produce sparkling wines exclusively in the traditional Méthode Champenoise and are an authentic expression of the land and the finesse of the winemakers. “Stepping into Sparkling Pointe provides guests with an effervescent taste of culture and celebration, alongside a friendly and educational introduction into the production of Méthode Champenoise Sparkling Wines.” This relaxing and beautiful experience will for sure be a place to remember and hopefully a place to come back to when in the Hamptons.

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