Tropic of Cancer beach, Exuma
Also called Pelican Beach, Tropic of Cancer Beach is the longest beach in the Exuma Chain. Located on little Exuma, some describe this beach as the most beautiful beach that they have ever seen with its super blue waters and calm surroundings.
Beaches of Stocking Island, off the port of Exuma
Stocking Island, located off Great Exuma, is known for its picturesque scenery. This island not only draws in visitors because of its crystal clear beauty but the friendly stingrays there will keep anyone coming back.
Big Major Cay (Pig Beach), Exuma
Most beaches are popular for their beauty but Big Major Cay, also known as “Pig Beach,” is famous for its swimming pigs. Yes, you read that right! The pigs on the island offer an amazing experience for visitors, allowing you to pet them, feed them, and even swim with them.
Cape Santa Maria Beach, Long Island
Just one visit to Cape Santa Maria Beach and you will never want to leave. This highly rated beach is known by many as the most beautiful beach on Long Island, mainly because of its clear blue waters.
Great Guana Cay, Abaco
If you are looking for a beach with miles of white sand, along with peace and tranquility, Great Guana Cay beach is perfect for you. It is great for running, snorkeling, and collecting shells.
Kamalame Cay Beach, Andros
You may know of Kamalame Cay Beach through celebrities and social media influencers, but it is even more, stunning in person! Located on a private island, Kamalame Cay Beach offers an off-the-grid experience with raw beauty, unlike many other beaches.
Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island
The name is pretty much self-explanatory for this beach. Pink Sands Beach boasts miles of pink sand and this is really what sets it apart from other beaches. This beach is popular among vacationers from near and far looking to experience a beach like no other.
Fernandez Bay, Cat island
Located in New Bight, Cat Island, this wonderful beach offers amazing views and great restaurants and while there you may even find sand dollars in the sand to start your collection.
Lighthouse Beach, Eleuthera
The road to get to this beach may be pretty rocky but Lighthouse Beach is worth the journey. Once you arrive to this beach, you will feel a sense of calmness while watching the waves go back and forth on the shoreline.
Cabbage Beach, Paradise Island
Cabbage Beach is very popular among visitors and locals to Paradise Island. The waters can be rough at times but that does not take away from the astonishing beauty of its turquoise waters. You can find locals at this beach taking advantage of their jet skis from time to time.