Welcome to Narragansett!

If you want sun, sea, sand, great food, and a peaceful atmosphere, then beautiful Narragansett is for you. With four beaches, plus direct access to Block Island, ‘Gansett is a prime, seaside destination perfect for families, couples, and retirees.

Beaches, Beaches, Beaches

With so many beaches in one town, it’s no wonder that residents and visitors alike flock to the sandy shores of Narragansett. 

In-State Getaway

Narragansett has many residents but it is also a destination city for locals. With so much to do and so many places to go, Narragansett is a common day trip!

Incredibly Diverse

Narragansett is such a diverse town! You will find residential areas like Saunderstown in the north of the town and a thriving commercial fishing industry in the south. And plenty in between!

Highlighted Local Spots

Spain of Narragansett

Spain of Narragansett restaurant is a Narragansett dining institution. Opened in 1987, this stunning eatery offers classic Spanish cuisine, including its famous paella, all made with locally-sourced ingredients. 

South County Museum

South County Museum brings the past to life, and with interactive exhibits including a blacksmith’s forge and a historic farm, this sprawling institution provides a great day out for children and adults alike.

Block Island Ferry

Interstate Navigation Company, Inc. operates the Block Island Ferry, and is the only year-round ferry service to Block Island. Based in Point Judith, Rhode Island, the Block Island Ferry offers traditional ferry service (taking 55 minutes) as well as high speed ferry service (taking 30 minutes).

Monahan's Clam Shack

Monahan’s has had many purposes over the last several decades. Over the years, it has functioned as a gas station, restaurant, clam shack, and dairy bar. Today Monahan’s Restaurant maintains its location on the famed Narragansett seawall.

Adventureland Family Park

“Park” does not do this oasis any justice. Consisting of its own beach, 3 miles of walking/biking paths, acres of woods, courts, and fields, this gem is so hidden even some residents don’t know where it is!


Simply so much in a small area! Dig for quahogs in the salt marshes or visit the bird sactuary. Have lunch at George’s and then visit the beach! Buy some lobsters fresh off the boat! There is so much to do in Galilee, you could make a whole day out of it!

Buying & Selling Property in Narragansett

Did you know that the population in Narragansett doubles in the summer? Did you know that the town limits how many homes can be rented? 

A lot of agents don’t know these things either.

Who you work with matters!

Get In Touch

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