This incredible seven-mile-long sandy beach spreads out below a tall dune with breathtaking views of the Atlantic’s turquoise water. It offers some of the finest beachcombing, swimming and snorkeling within The Abacos.
The beach at Casuarina Point is perfect for strolling barefoot and collecting seashells along the way. It is well protected by offshore sand bars.
This beach is protected from the wind and within a 15-minute walk from the main town on Green Turtle Cay.
If you are looking to just relax and do a little snorkeling on your own, then this beach is ideal for you. It runs from the north end of Elbow Cay to St. James Methodist Church in Hope Town, and you can find some of the most colorful sea glass there.
This white-sand beach, shaded beneath palm trees, is encompassed in the resort’s 40 acres of prime beachfront. There are a variety of activities for the entire family to enjoy, alongside and in the water.
A short boat ride from Green Turtle Cay will bring you to Manjack Cay, which is privately owned and undeveloped. The unspoiled beach is perfect for swimming, shelling and picnicking with your family and friends. It is also home to friendly stingrays that will swim up to you and greet you.
This white sandy beach stretches for miles. It is uncrowded and great for long walks and relaxation.
Located on the southern tip of Elbow Cay, this picturesque beach with soft white sand is lined with coconut trees and arcs out into calm clear water. It is secluded, accessible only on foot, bike or by boat, and you’re guaranteed to find a stretch of beach to call your own. This is a perfect spot for swimming, to collect shells, starfish and sand dollars, especially during low tide when there is an endless sand bar.
Located within the settlement of Cherokee Sound, this beach is home to the longest wooden dock in The Bahamas which stretches 770 feet into the sea. At any time of the day, the beach is gorgeous but low-tide is where the beauty of the sea really comes out as within seconds you’re surrounded by beautiful sandbanks. You’re bound to find sand dollars, shells and even conchs of all sizes.
This beach faces the Atlantic Ocean and offers amazing views of the sun rising over the water. The hues of the water are very interesting and it will seem to have a different color every time you see it.
The bay has a sandy cove that is protected from the north winds, making it a perfect location for swimming — from young children to older persons. You can also enjoy excellent snorkeling here along a small offshore reef.