Noyac, a Hamptons hamlet located at the end of Noyac Bay, has a larger population than some of the other towns in the area—2,696 people as opposed to many others whose numbers are only in the triple digits. The population was 2,696 at the 2000 census. The larger population, however, does not translate to this town being any more bustling than others in its near vicinity. It has all of the quaint, small-town charms of other Hamptons communities, and with even less modern-day distractions.
Noyac’s top landmark is the William Caldwell House, a house which has been recommended by the State Board of New York to be federally protected as a historical landmark. It also attracts people to the area with its famous golf club and Foster Memorial Beach, where people relax in the sun and in the waves.
Local places to eat include the Noyac Deli, the Coast Grill, serving up locally caught seafood and more, and the Noyac Golf Club Restaurant.
Although there are no hotels in the town itself, accommodations can be found for tourists in nearby Southampton.