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Atlantic Ocean Beaches extending twenty-seven miles along our coastline, bountiful bays and waterfront shorelines, vast farmlands and scenic open spaces, charming villages and family-owned businesses, evoking a Long Island of a distant time are several reasons to visit our wonderful community.
Long Island, New York offers diversity, glamour, the good life, excitement or solitude; all within 125 miles. The quiet waters of Long Island Sound to the north and the Atlantic Ocean to the south are a combination vacationers and meeting planners cannot resist.
Enjoy the history, music and fun in New Orleans. Basque in the sun on the beach or test your luck at a casino on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Nature lovers can really get back to nature in St. Tammany Parish. All this plus much more await you during your visit.
Auckland is New Zealand's largest city, located on the North Island. With a population of approximately 401,500 within the city boundary and 1.25 million in the greater Auckland area, this represents about one third of the population of the whole country.
Blenheim is a town in the Marlborough Region of New Zealand's South Island of New Zealand. The area which surrounds the town is well known as a centre of New Zealand's wine industry. It enjoys one of New Zealand's sunniest climates, with hot, relatively dry summers and crisp winters.
KERIKERI is a unique cosmopolitan town situated in the hub of the Bay of Islands with a wealth of rich history including the oldest stone and timber buildings in New Zealand, historic Maori settlement, famous Kauri trees and boardwalk, Rainbow Falls, boat marina at Opito Bay and Steam Boat rides from the historic Stone Store Basin down the Kerikeri Inlet, a bustling shopping centre that services the smaller towns of Paihia and Russell, award winning wineries, cheese factory, chocolate boutique, recognised artisans of crafts and potteries and a diverse selection of succulent subtropical fruits.
Nelson's sunshine and landscape make it a fantastic holiday destination - all year round. A wide variety of cafes and restaurants showcase the region's gourmet delights and succulent seafood. Nelson has numerous opportunities for walkers and beach lovers. It's climate has encouraged a growing wine and olive industry. Three national parks are within easy driving distance of the city.
Orewa Beach is a beautiful stretch of white sand. Sometimes the sea murmurs, and sometimes it roars. You see kids building sandcastles as high as themselves, and a lone fisherman dreaming of Marlin. Walk up to the lookout above the beach in the morning and see the sunlight break over the waves and cliffs.
Few visitors depart the Bay of Islands and Russell in particular without a lasting impression of the place, and the people. The regions temperate marine climate is near perfect. The locals are friendly and outging. The list of things to do is endless: your stay can have all the ingredients for being as action packed or relaxing as you desire.
Point Chevalier is a suburb and peninsula in the west of the city of Auckland on New Zealand's North Island.