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The Abacos are a group of islands and cays that form a 120-mile–long chain stretching over 650 square miles. The coastlines are scalloped with bays, coves and protected harbors that feature full-service marinas and resorts. Great Abaco Island and Little Abaco serve as the "mainland." Marsh Harbour has a lively downtown area with all city amenities. Treasure Cay boasts miles of pristine beaches, including one of the top 10 beaches in the world. Elbow Cay and Green Turtle Cay are old English loyalist settlements, where you’ll find beautifully preserved colonial architecture with a touch of Bahamian pastels, of course. And Guana Cay is famous for Sunday barbecues atop the island's tall sand dune, which overlooks a magnificent 7-mile–long beach.
The Abacos are one of the world's top boating and sailing destinations and have been The Bahamas' boating capital since colonial times. The number and variety of islands make this an island hopper's paradise
Elbow Cay Lighthouse
Elbow Cay is home to The Abacos’ most famous landmark—candy-striped Elbow Reef Lighthouse in Hope Town, built in 1862. It stands at 89 feet and is one of only a handful of manually operated lighthouses in the world.
Our islands offer an array of dive experiences. You’ll find sunken Spanish galleons, inland blue holes, underwater caves, and forest-like coral reefs teeming with marine life. You can even feed and swim with reef sharks and get your adrenaline pumping. Download the Dive Map & Visitor's Guide Here.
Ferry Schedules connecting to outter lying islands & Cays --> Ferry Schedule
HealthyWay Nutrition Centre:
Vegetarian & Health food store.