Milly’s Michelle Smith is back again with the ultimate Hamptons how-to, this time taking on Sagaponack, Read on!
“Of all the Hamptons hamlets, I’m quite partial to Sagaponack. The rural landscape is beautiful and the vibe is more relaxed than its East Hampton and Bridgehampton neighbors. I can’t think of another place on earth where I’ve seen green, rolling farmland tumbling into the deep blue sea. Sagaponack is a very special place. Here’s my Sunday Funday, Sagaponack Edition!
TRANSPORTATION: Leave the car at home. Ride bikes and take in the fresh air and gorgeous vistas along the centuries-old farm roads.
BEACH: Sagaponack has plenty of beautiful, unspoiled beaches, but Gibson Beach is my favorite. There’s an international, bohemian mix of people here, which I love. Good thing you rode your bike, because parking here is nearly impossible. Feel like tanning your tatas like a French girl? Me, too! Wander down the beach halfway toward Peter’s Pond if you crave privacy.
PLAY: All beach, all day! Kadima and swimming are the fave pastimes at Gibson. I also love a nice run along the beach—Gibson to Georgica Beach is a breathtaking 6-mile loop. Breathtaking in a really good way!
YUMMY EATS: Pierre’s has opened an outpost inside the old Sagg Main General Store, and don’t forget to hit up the local farmstands for fresh fruits and veggies!”