Harbour / Marina
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Tips from locals
Sag Harbor offers a busy shopping village with many shops and restaurants. Vacationers enjoy strolls through the village and the scenic views of the harbor. Sag Harbor was settled by 1730 and was developed as a working port on Gardiner's Bay. Sag Harbor became a major port for the whaling…
A small, incorporated Village and once bustling Harbor for Long Island’s whaling industry, Sag Harbor now boasts a coming of age Hampton’s persona that attracts visitors year round. Sag Harbor has must see sites and events for group or Solo travelers, families and first-time and returning visitors…
Sag Harbor, perhaps the most charming village in all of the Hamptons on the East End of Long Island, is an old Whaling town. Enjoy its famed Main Street with ships, galleries and restaurants!
If it's spring/summer/warm and you're looking for adventure, take the Long Island Railroad from Woodside station, out to The Hamptons for the day.