Southampton remains a popular destination for those living or visiting the Hamptons.

Welcome to Southampton

Southampton may have a reputation for its hedgerows and high society, but there is much more to this historic village than the swankiness of Jobs Lane. Of course, those who want a dose of Madison Ave. in the summer can get their fix, but from the Southampton Arts Center to the Southampton Publick House, there are plenty of other ways to engage the mind and indulge the senses. Theater, music, art, history, and fine dining are all available in this village, which still somehow maintains an air of small-town charm.

Things To Love About Southampton

  • First-rate cultural offerings, from places like the Southampton Cultural Center and the Southampton Arts Center
  • Seven miles of white-sand oceanfront, including Coopers Beach
  • A charming mix of well-known exclusive retailers, upscale boutiques, and mom-and-pop stores

In Southampton, luscious landscaping accentuates the grand home that sits behind them and brings out the preserved beauty of the several historic districts around town.
A good place for breakfast and lunch is the Village Cheese Shop, and beyond just gourmet cheese, they offer wraps, sandwiches, and smoothies for those looking for a bite to eat as they roll along Main St, Southampton.
Consistently rated one of the top ten beaches in all of America, Coopers Beach offers sandy shores, and a look at historic mansions off in the distance, making this a price spot in Southampton.

Catch a beautiful sunset along the green skyline of Southampton that will truly take your breath away.

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