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Twelve long miles of windswept road, aptly named the Napeague Stretch, separate Montauk from the Hamptons, and as you roll into the small seaside village it becomes immediately apparent that here is a place apart in other respects as well. Surrounded by water on three sides, Montauk is known for its distinct natural beauty. The spectacular undeveloped beaches and parks attract surfers and
hikers, and the waters are superb for fishing.
Continue east past the village center and you arrive at land's end, where the Montauk Lighthouse, commissioned by President George Washington in 1792 and the oldest operating lighthouse in the state, perches on a rocky bluff overlooking the wild surf and craggy coastline of Montauk Point State Park.
Amagansett is a small hamlet in the town of East Hampton, which takes its name from an American Indian word meaning "place of good water." From...
The beautiful beaches are just part of the attraction at this quiet, classy Hamptons community. Elegant Bridgehampton has antiques shops, art...