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A frequent debate among New Yorkers concerns whether Brooklyn, Queens and Long Island are distinct areas. Physically, they occupy the same land mass called Long Island, but culturally the area popularly known as Long Island, comprising Nassau and Suffolk counties, is quite distinct from the New York Boroughs of Brooklyn and Queens. Here you can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, explore the many small towns, each with its own quaint appearance and history that spans hundred of years, tour some of the country’s best vineyards, shop and dine near the shore where the fish are delivered virtually from boat to table, or tour incredible old mansions built by area founders. When you finally discover a special, secluded beach that feels miles away from any civilization, despite the proximity to one of the most populated and complex metropolitan areas on the planet, you will appreciate the most unique and compelling aspect of Long Island’s appeal.

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· Islip · Plainview
Lodging located in the central area of Long Island. Macarthur Airport (ISP) is located near Central Islip. Lodging options located in the southwestern area of Long Island near the cities of Plainview, Garden City, Great Neck and others.
· Hampton Bays · New York Metro
Lodging located in the southeastern area of Long Island near the cities of East Hampton, Southampton, Montauk and others. Lodging options located north and west of Long Island, in metropolitan New York City.
· Newark Metro
Lodging in the nearby metropolitan area of Newark, New Jersey.

Area Facts: The lighthouse in Montauk, towards the eastern end of the Long Island land mass, was built in the late 1700s, and is one of the oldest coastal lighthouses in the United States. The area codes for the suburban Long Island counties of Nassau and Suffolk are 516 and 631, respectively.

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