The beautiful Abaco Island, also called “the top of the Bahamas,” is located in the northernmost portion of the country. The south of Abaco Island is comprised of a group of small islands and settlements including Casuarina Point, Elbow Cay, and Little Harbor.
Each settlement is worth exploring because of its uniqueness. However, all the islands share the beautiful warm weather year-round and spectacular views. Vacation homes are popular among tourists as they capture the true essence of the island and make you feel at home away from home.
Casuarina Point is a small, exclusive settlement that is located on the breathtaking beach. The beaches are usually secluded and they are perfect for couples and also for families to spend private, quality-time with each other. Luxurious beach houses are ideal for family reunions and for couples looking for a getaway. At the beach, this is right outside your doorstep, you can enjoy gorgeous views of sunrises and sunsets, have privacy in a serene atmosphere, and observe the tropical landscape. You can also indulge in snorkeling, fishing, scuba diving, and fishing.
Elbow Cay is a nice island that stretches to the renowned Tahiti Beach. You can go to restaurants and bars that you can reach by rented boats of golf carts.
Little Harbor is a laid-back, tranquil community of South Abaco Island. It has a captivating deserted lighthouse that you can explore. The beautiful sandy beach along the community has a number of boats and great rock cliffs to observe. Little Harbor is a haven for people that like to fish and it is also a perfect idea for bone-fishing. You can turtle watch which is an enchanting experience as the serene waters are replete with sea turtles. The different communities of South Abaco Island make fantastic vacation destinations. At Elbow Cay, you can visit nice restaurants and enjoy Tahiti Beach. Casuarina Point is a little taste of paradise with its privacy and pristine beauty. While staying at a beach house in this beautiful location, you will feel as if you are on your own island!