This whaling town turned hip summer yachting destination has something for everyone. Perhaps the most walkable area in the Hamptons, taking a stroll through the village, along the wharf, and down local streets offers much to see and do.
The village is home to many new and notable restaurants as well as older traditional and local flavor establishments. Several different forms of architecture can be found throughout the village including historic captain’s houses, clapboard homes, Greek Revival, and ultra-modern waterfront homes maximizing sunset views.
Explore Sag Harbor:
Sag Harbor Beaches:
Unless you’re living oceanfront, you’re likely going to need to obtain a pass to visit the expansive stretches of Atlantic Ocean beaches. Please use this free PDF from the Town of Southampton with a map to find full details on beach parking, passes, and rules.