The Abacos Islands of The Bahamas are one of the world’s top boating and sailing destinations.
With its own calm sea surrounded by charming islands, each worth a visit, the Abaco Islands are known as one of the world’s top boating and sailing destinations. Not that those who prefer to sleep in a bed that doesn’t rock should look elsewhere: With quaint colonial towns, two golf courses, miles and miles of Stellar Beach, great fishing and diving, and a wonderful selection of hotels and resorts and restaurants and bars, the Abacos are the most complete vacation destination in The Bahamas Out Islands.
The Abacos consists of its own 120-mile-long island chain, basically a mini-Bahamas complete with its own Out Islands. Great Abaco Island and Little Abaco serve as the “mainland”, with a string of barrier islands separating them from the Atlantic. The body of water between a turquoise Nirvana for those boaters and sailors is the calm, shallow Sea of Abaco. For more information, be sure to check our partner website focused on renting in Abaco: AbacoCottage.com
Rental Areas of The Abacos
Elbow Cay / Hope Town, Guana Cay, Marsh Harbour, Green Turtle Cay, Treasure Cay, Lubbers Quarters, Tilloo Cay, Little Harbour, Man O War Cay, Bahama Palm Shores, Casuarina Point, Cherokee Sound, Turtle Rocks
Sites of Interest
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Quaint little settlements
With settlements like Hope Town is like something out of an old novel or a movie. You just can't believe that it is real. Predesteran streets and quaint shops and resturaunts. It is just beautiful
Our 3rd trip to Elbow Cay and can't wait to get back. The island is VERY clean, friendly and just a beautiful island. Get a golf cart and explore all you can, lots to see and lots of good food and drink.