A 13-mile-long stretch of sand that sticks out into the Atlantic like a pointing finger, Montauk until recently was a windswept, sleepy beach town favored by those who prefer to fly under the radar.
Originally home to the Montaukett tribe, the area was settled by Europeans in the 1600s and for centuries has been beloved for its grazing land, lush forests, and access to excellent fishing and whaling. Its laid-back vibe, open landscape and spectacular natural beauty is what has drawn creatives to this part of the world over the past few decades, and is what makes Montauk the unique destination it is today.
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