If you've never spent any time in this small New England town, you just might be surprised by what it has to offer.  Located just over the Massachusetts/Rhode Island line, Little Compton is only a short drive from anywhere here on the Southcoast.

The historic New England town dates back to the late 1600's and some of the original buildings from that time are still standing in the historic district. According to tripadvisor.com, some of the best attractions in Little Compton include a visit to South Shore Beach, Goosewing Beach Preserve, and of course the very will known Sakonnet Vineyard.

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Carolyn's Sakonnet Vineyard features a tasting room, concerts, a farm to table cafe and their wine shop. Other recommend places to check out are Wilbur's General Store and The Commons Lunch.

This region is so very rich in history and one of the places that is worth a look is Little Compton..