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Thousand Islands, Southhampton, Great Sacandaga Lake, Schroon Lake, Midtown Manhattan, Hampton Bays, Belleayre Mountain, Fire Island, Westhampton, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Greater Niagara, New York, East Hampton, Lake Ontario, Finger Lakes, Staten Island, Paradox Lake, Jiminy Peak, Athens
Sag Harbor is situated in Suffolk County, New York, bordered by the towns of Southampton and East Hampton. Rich in history, the charming village exudes a strong nautical atmosphere stemming from its past glory days as a whaling port.
Through sensible preservation Sag Harbor has retained much of the eighteenth and nineteenth century architecture, Greek revival homes once owned by whaling captains, and Victorian houses built for wealthy entrepreneurs. Today, Sag Harbor has become a quintessential exclusive eclectic enclave boasting amazing beachfront homes, expansive estates, and grand manors. Sag Harbor’s picturesque setting and resort like ambiance lures vacationers to experience its beauty and proud whaling heritage.
Explore the town’s quaint antique and book stores, lovely boutiques, art galleries, museums, and fine restaurants. Take in a performance at the Bay Street Theatre, or enjoy watching an old movie at the Sag Harbor cinema. Sag Harbor is home to a wealth of historical buildings such as Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum and the 1843 Egyptian revival Old Whaler’s Church which lost its steeple in the 1938 hurricane.
Take a leisurely stroll along the gorgeous beaches and relish Sag Harbor’s dazzling sunsets. Walk along the town’s wharf to Sag Harbor Yacht Club and waterfront marina boasting impressive sailboats and luxurious yachts. Play a round of golf at one of the splendid courses, do some deep-sea fishing, or go biking and horseback riding. Sag Harbor has made its mark as a beautiful historical town and has become an exceptional and extraordinary vacation destination to visit.