Rich with history and oceanfront splendor, Sag Harbor is the home of fine oceanfront homes, estates, manors, and a world famous yacht club. Once a port for early American seaside commerce, today's Sag Harbor is an exclusive enclave. Picturesque and modest row houses, amazing bay front beaches and sprawling estates are set in the wooded area. Its historic museums, antique stores, boutiques, oceans and bays are populated by tourists in the warmer months. With only a few bed & breakfasts and inns, those who wish to vacation in Sag Harbor during the gorgeous summer months opt to rent or own private homes. Once a thriving whaling port (1760-1850), Sag Harbor's Long Wharf Harbor is now known as "Million Dollar Harbor" - for the value of the yachts and boats docked there.