Hotels & Resorts
PLACES OF INTEREST
Lighthouse Beach: Bannermantown
Known for its miles of unspoiled pink soft sandy beaches as well as an old lighthouse located on a dramatic limestone promontory overlooking the ocean.
Hayneís Library: Governorís Harbour
A historical landmarkand host to weekly social events. Also look for its internet cafe.
Ocean Hole: Rock Sound
Rumored to be bottomless, this natural limestone wonder is filled with tropical fish and a few turtles who greet tourists.
Glass Window Bridge: Gregorytown
A man made bridge at the narrowest part of the island, where you can see the awesome contrast between the rough Atlantic and calm Caribbean waters.
Ten Bay Beach: Savannah Sound
One of the most popular beaches with white soft sand and low tides perfiect for wading. Also an excellent bonefishing spot.
This large blue-shadowed cave was a temporary home to shipwrecked survivors after fleeing religious persecution in Bermuda, and thought to be the site to the first christian service in The Bahamas.
An excellent winter surf spot. Many experts compare the surfing here with Hawaii's best.
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