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Private Jet and Charter Flights to the Westhampton, NY, Area

Book a charter flight to The Hamptons Long Island, New York. Seven area airports, including Francis S Gabreski (FOK), accommodate all types of private charter and jet aircraft.

The Hamptons

Whether you are living it up or winding down in your own private getaway, the Hamptons are for you. A concentration of towns, villages, and beachside hamlets, the Hamptons are nestled on the Atlantic Ocean in the east end of Long Island. The area was originally conceived solely as a summer colony retreat from the hustle and bustle of the big city, and to this day has maintained this laid-back quality of life.

It is a popular escape for city folks ready to recharge with good food, sea breezes, or beach days. The Hamptons are not strictly hands-off to non-New York natives, however, and while it does carry an affinity for the lifestyles of the rich and famous, there are ports of call for everyone.

The Hamptons at a Glance The Hamptons has always been a tried-and-true classic retreat, especially with its oceanside location, rural atmosphere, charming history, and relaxing seclusion. It has not only attracted affluent New York City dwellers and celebrities to its sandy beaches, but people from the world over and varying levels of tax brackets can find somewhere to land. The higher and lower ends of the housing and home rental markets can run steep, but the South Fork has so much to offer for anyone just needing a break from it all. Between cheap, delicious tacos and $85 tasting menus, to laid-back surfing, and an opulent nightlife, the Hamptons has become an attractive place for those on a budget and big spenders alike.

Where are the Hamptons? The Hamptons� location keeps it commercially and socially linked to New England, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Plenty of its communities were erected by Connecticut natives, with architecture and aesthetics harkening back to those New England roots, especially in Sag Harbor Village and East Hampton Village. The climate in the Hamptons makes it ideal for getting away, especially in the spring and summer. The summer is mild and relaxing, with an occasional higher temperature here and there, but nothing dipping in the ocean cannot fix. Winters run cold, piling snow on already white sand, and while it makes for a picturesque winter retreat, summer vacationers would prefer to wait for the warmer months. Private flights arrive at East Hampton Airport, just south of Sag Harbor. The Hamptons Attractions

There is no shortage of things to do during your stay in the South Fork. You can start your day at the unassuming, but delicious Estia�s Little Kitchen for buttermilk pancakes or breakfast tacos. Estia�s is open for every meal, so the chances of you going back for a beer with your lunch, or a cocktail dinner are pretty high. You can also investigate the French flair of Bilboquet! But, if you are serious about wining and dining, head into Sag Harbor for a venerable village of casual to fine dining experiences--all with a spectacular view of the bay.

The summer months are when the Hamptons come alive with parties often lasting into the morning hours, and surfers hitting the waves at Ditch Plains in Montauk. Or hit the trails of Hither Hill before visiting the Pollock-Krasner House for a glimpse into the creative and personal life of famed artist Jackson Pollock. The Crow�s Nest in Montauk has a drink and a meal ready for you when you are ready to take in the golden-orange sunset against the blue waters.

Things to See in Westhampton

Pindar Vineyards

Jefferson Rock

Democrat Rock

Southampton Beach

Guild Hall Museum

Hotchkiss Cove Beach

The Old Field Vineyards

Sayville Bathing Beach

Scotts Beach

Pattersquash Island

East Rive Beach

Sumac Island

Hashamomuck Beach

Westhampton Island

New Haven Lighthouse

Wheeler Island

Henry Whitfield State Historical Museum

Kenneys Road Beach

Shinnecock Hills

Outer Thimble

Little Ram Island

Miller Place Beach

Belden Island

Nicoll Island

Northford Rock (Historical)

Lanes Island

Wheeler Rock

Gibsons Beach

Watermill Beach

Sannino Vineyard

Big Boil

West Sayville Golf Course

Cut In Two Island

Clovis Point Vineyard & Winery

West Rock

Burr Island

Overlook Beach

Nissequogue Golf Course

The Thimbles

Taunton Rock

Gull Rocks

House Chimney Island

Holbrook Country Club Golf Course

Tiana Beach

Shinnecock Hills Golf Course

Chaffinch Island

Squaw Rocks

Great Rock Golf Club

Spring Lake Golf Club

Long Island Museum Of American Art, History And Carriages

Channing Daughters Winery

Truman Beach

Osborn - Jackson House Museum

Cupsoque Beach

Silver Sands Beach

Foot Rocks

Falkner Island Light

Moon Rock

Mary Rock

Sandy Pond Golf Course

Southwest Ledge Lighthouse

Blackstone Rocks

Horton Lane Beach

Lenz Winery

West Silver Sands Beach

Indian Island Golf Course

Heatherwood Golf Club

Duck Walk Vineyards

Warner Islands

Robins Island

Great South Beach

Cedars Golf Club

Suffolk County Marine Museum West

Hookers Rock

Pork Rocks

Sammys Beach

Poxabogue Golf Course

Dayton Island

East Fire Island

Mill Pond Golf Course

Pipe Stave Hollow

John Boyle Island

Gull Haven Golf Club

Falkner Island

Bishop Rock

Island´S End Golf And Country Club

Crystal Brook Hollow


Darrow Rocks

Dick Rocks

Marine Island

West Crib

Narrows Island

Islip Art Museum

Blue Point Beach

Wood Tick Island

Hammonasset Beach

Quogue Wildlife Refuge

Friar'S Head Golf Course

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