Abacos Islands

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The Abacos Islands form the second largest landmass in The Bahamas. The archipelago comprises the main island of Abaco and the Abaco Cays. The Sea of Abaco is protected by the cays and is very popular with yachters. For that reason it is often referred to as the 'The Sailing Capital of the World'.

Walker's Cay is one of the best sport-fishing sites in The Bahamas. It has a reef, which is perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving.

Elbow Cay is 10 km (6 miles) east of Marsh Harbour. The only hamlet on the cay is Hope Town, but otherwise it is covered by pines and shrubs and home to lizards and feral cats.

Accommodation on the Abacos Islands mostly consists of cozy cottages and inns, apart from Treasure Cay which boasts large hotel resorts.


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