Long Island's varied landscape is made up of, beaches, state parks and many interesting communities - the most well known being The Hamptons. A haven for relaxation, lazy days on the beach and mooching around local shops and farmer's markets. It is also a haunt for the rich and famous - who doesn't mind a bit of star spotting on holiday!
The surrounding waters of Long Island host a variety of sea life including three species of whales, dolphins and sea turtles with various boating excursions available for possible close up viewing.
Lighthouses are a popular draw in the area and include the Montauk
Point Lighthouse, the oldest such structure in the state, and still in
use as a navigational aid. Located on the east end of the island,
Montauk is also known for a virtual armada of charter fishing vessels.