Long Island’s north shore beaches with fluffy white sand are world renowned. The Hamptons are a summer staple for Manhattanites and jet setters alike. As August approaches the crown of the jet set, your attention shifts from the southern coast of Europe to the majestic grace and more relaxed experience of the Hamptons.
Maybe it’s the laid-back American attitude after 3 months of partying nights or the fact that “The Hamptons” has no big hotels and few B & Bs requiring home ownership that makes this the hot spot the second half of the year. August. The Hamptons is a more laid-back, relaxed, and family-friendly environment than most other locations on the Jet Set loop. The days are spent on the beach. Eat lunch on an outdoor grilled fish that swam the Montauk coat a few hours earlier, accompanied by the jumbo-sized vegetables that grow on the island. Giant Hampton tomatoes and American grilled sweet corn on the cob are Long Island specialties that draw fans from around the world. After a bottle of wine for lunch and a lazy nap in the hammock, it’s time to dress up in a sundress and hat and get on your toes so your high heels don’t sink into the dirt and watch the polo match. drinking champagne and mixing with friends. On cloudy days, the quantum shops of East Hampton fill up, there is often an impromptu party in the hot tub or a movie screening at a home theater on someone’s property and then the gentle push and pull of a masseuse in home before dinner.
The Hamptons are made up of a series of small towns in a row, each with its own personality. Old and new money mix. Artists flock to the Hamptons for the pastel lighting reminiscent of southern France. Locals who spend 9 months of the year alone set out to host the large influx of summer residences. Many locals earn their annual income during the summer. The magnificent beauty of the beaches and the spectacular mansions are found in magazines around the world. Surprisingly, this is about two hours (without traffic) by car, 40 minutes by helicopter, and 25 by private plane from New York City. The area offers a host of outdoor activities such as kayaking, golf and tennis, swimming, volleyball, etc. Sports activity, healthy eating, relaxed atmosphere, natural beauty, and incredible luxuries create a temporary paradise.
Hamptons season is a constant stream of charity events at spectacular homes like Ron Pearlman, Stephen Spielberg, Denise Rich, or one of the annual summer parties of the many celebrities who make the Hamptons their summer retreat. It is not uncommon to be in a small store with a media mogul, a business giant, a world-renowned musician. There are not many paparazzi; perhaps there are too many people in high society to know where to point the camera. If Norman Rockwell painted the rich, it would be set in the Hamptons. The Hamptons is an incredible “Who’s Who” list of everyone gathered, not to walk a red carpet in long dresses, but with their feet propped up on a table, their children squealing with joy to catch fireflies and their rain. golden retriever, who just got cold in his pool, begging for someone to throw a tennis ball. After all, the super rich are people too.