Treasure Cay

The beautiful shoreline in Treasure Cay, Bahamas.

Photo by: tomathon, Creative Commons

Treasure Cay is the most sparkling and irresistible gem of the Bahamian island Abaco. The beach has pristine waters where people love to swim and engage in sports. It has breathtaking views which capture every visitor’s heart. Imagine the 3.5-mile powdery white sand matched with turquoise water lapping the shore, who wouldn’t want to have a taste of it?

It would be interesting to note the history of this island. The establishment of Treasure Cay, Bahamas happened in 1783 when over a thousand Americans from New York fled the revolution and settled there. They pioneered the development of the wooden boatbuilding economy, which is a known tradition of the island to this day. Currently, there are about 2,000 people living in a little over a thousand private homes in the area. They are a multi-cultural mix of Bahamians, Americans, Canadians, and Europeans. Although modern developments have been performed in the island, it still remains to be scenic because great care and consideration is always on top of the people’s priorities here.

If you wish to stay in a resort, the most famous would be the Treasure Cay Hotel Resort and Marina. It is a resort open to the locals, sharing their facilities like the groceries, bakeries, and post office.

There are many things you can do in Treasure Cay like renting a motorboat, finding a private beach, fishing, or touring the neighboring islands and cays. You can also play golf here. Nightlife is also great in the area. Tipsy Seagull Bar, Coco Beach Bar, and the Spinnaker Lounge are some of the most popular night spots you should try.

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