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The Weather in Hampton
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 78° On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is August.
Enjoy a dreamy sojourn in a Hamptons beachfront vacation home
A bunch of villages and towns on Long Island’s South Fork make up the legendary Hamptons, famous for being the playground of celebrities and home to pristine beaches, tony restaurants, and upscale mansions. A vacation in this popular and idyllic getaway will give you the chance to enjoy the charming waterfront, bucolic hamlets, beautiful wineries, quaint shops, and various other enjoyable pursuits. Staying in a stately beachfront vacation rental or a cottage style or Victorian vacation home will make your sojourn here even more authentic, special, and memorable.
Food for gourmets
Enjoy scrumptious sushi and seafood while enjoying spectacular views of the canal from your table on the patio at the stylishly decorated CowFish.
Rumba is an island-style hideaway on Shinnecock bay, where you can dig into the most delightful Caribbean cuisine and sip on exotic rum drinks while swaying to the delightful reggae tunes playing in the background.
Estia's Little Kitchen is a Latin-American cafe that rustles up an eclectic mix of Mexican-American dishes – made mostly with the local produce.
Be in the presence of greatness
The stylish and contemporary Parrish Art Museum, designed by Herzog and de Meuron, is home to a rich repertoire of American art. Stop by at Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center, the erstwhile home and now museum dedicated to the famous painters Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner, to appreciate their work and know more about the Abstract Expressionist movement. LongHouse Reserve, with its fine exhibits of outdoor art installations and sculptures, is surrounded by vast expanses of ornamental gardens and makes for a good spot to enjoy guided tours.
Supreme sights of Long Island
Cupsogue Beach County Park
The 296 acre Cupsogue Beach County Park, with its white sand beaches, is the ideal place to go sunbathing and swimming in the Hamptons. You can also engage in the finest saltwater bass fishing in the area.
Quogue Wildlife Refuge
The Quogue Wildlife Refuge, a nature reserve, will give you the perfect opportunity to explore pretty trails that will take you through diverse habitats comprising rare Dwarf Pines, forests, and ponds.
Quogue Wildlife Refuge
Head to the Charles Banks Belt Nature Center, within the premises of the Quogue Wildlife Refuge, to get fantastic views of the Old Ice Pond as well as appreciate the animals and wildlife exhibits here.
Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center
Get mesmerized by the largest all-living coral reef display in the Western Hemisphere and the 120,000-gallon shark tank at the Long Island Aquarium and Exhibition Center. Experience the Atlantis Explorer Tour Boat, or go on the Pirate Snorkel Adventure among countless other activities here.
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