About 80 miles or 2 hours away from NYC is a northern peninsula making up part Long Island, New York. This peninsula runs also directly parallel to a southern peninsula and is known as North Fork. This region is a far cry from the concrete jungles of Manhattan and is famous for its numerous small towns and havens surrounded by natural scenery and beaches.
Accommodation in the North Fork usually features splendid views of trees and water. The main reason to visit North Fork is its numerous vineyards. The area's most famous include the Kontokosta Winery where wine tastings usually cost about $30 per person. The city of Greenport is another charming part of North Fork, home to one of the country's largest lavender fields, Lavender By the Bay and several vintage stores. Tourists can also partake in water activities like waterboarding and kayaking across the entire peninsula.
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