Noyac & North Sea

North Sea and Noyac are the northern part of Southampton township along the little Peconic bay.

Welcome to Noyac/North Sea

North Sea and Noyac are the northern part of Southampton township along the little Peconic bay. They are known for quiet little communities, pristine bay beaches and the best sunsets in the Hamptons. Close proximity to the towns of Southampton and Sag Harbor as well as some of the best golf courses on the east coast. Locals head down to the beach in the evenings to enjoy the soft white sands and open water views (glass of wine is optional). There some remarkable areas for paddle boarding, sailing and kayaking. Secret little spots for fishing and dirt trails to ride bikes and explore nature.


Little Peconic Bay, is the birthplace of Southampton Town, the first English colony in NewYork State. It was originally known as Northampton and settled in June 1640 at Conscience Point. A boulder at the point bears a plaque installed by the Southampton Colonial Society commemorating this landing (sound familiar?). The colonists made their way through the forest, along an Indian path they later named North Sea Path (today North Sea/ Noyac Road). The wigwam of Nowedanah, Chief of the Shinnecocks, was located at North Sea at this time. From the time of English settlement, North Sea served a vital role for the colony as its seaport, and later served as a Port of Entry with Southampton Town’s first Custom House, established in 1670.

Random Fact

Noyac is an Indian word meaning "a corner or point of land". It is believed that it refers to Jessup Neck, granted to John Jessup in 1679.  (This is a great spot for fishing Blues and Porgies)

Things to Do:


Flying Point beach is the closest ocean beach and has lifeguards and some basic facilities.

North Sea Beach is located in Conscience Point on the bay and has beautiful views of the bay especially at Cow Neck Point.  You are also very close to Scallop Pond Reserve.  Gorgeous.

Towd Point Beach – A remarkably untouched area, the Towd Point neighborhood clings to a small reach of land that ends at a mile long white sand beach on the bay.  Perfect spot for kayaking, fishing and SUP. 


Coast Grill- Throw back harbor side restaurant serving American seafood dishes often with a Mexican flair.  Fun local crowd.

M.J. Dowlings - Casual family in a nice pub atmosphere.  ‘Eclectic menu ranging from  burgers and steaks to fajitas and nachos

Cappellettis- Relaxed Italian restaurant with a  wide menu ranging from pizza and salads to the best New Zealand Rack of Lamb on the East End. (try the Naked Shrimp Parm)

Pellegrino’s – Wood fired pizza and classic Italian dishes.  A local staple. 

Bell and Anchor-After a day on the water enjoy this upscale seafood treat and with a slightly Italian twist.  Tuna Poke, Pan Roasts and Pork Chops…

Worth visiting:

Elizabeth A. Morton National Wildlife Refuge-Amazing views over the bay.  Bring bird seed and stand still like lady liberty and they will come eat out of your hand.  Kids love it.
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