Recently I’ve discovered Sandy Hook beach, in New Jersey. As it turns out, it’s the perfect place to simply be and breathe.
I’m fascinated by this place. In a way, Sandy Hook beach has it all: nature, history, and views of the NYC skyline; it also offers a momentary escape from everyday reality, especially during this neverending coronavirus pandemic.
In this post, I’d like to share a few images and short clips from my trips to this magical place:
Sandy Hook beach also offers beautiful views of New York City, Verrazzano Bridge, The Rockaways, and NY Harbor.
Sandy Hook beach can be quite deserted in the offseason, offering a much-needed immersion in nature; sometimes, on cloudy and breeze days, temperatures remind me, just slighty, of a mild early-summer day in Sylt, Germany (btw, the island of Sylt, Germany, is a must-visit, just bring warm clothes)
Sandy Hook beach is not only about nature, but also about history. There’s a snapshot of the military base and the historic Sandy Hook lighthouse.
As always, thanks for stopping by.