If you are seeking a quiet and relaxed getaway, you'll find it in the Abacos. Relaxation is the way of life in the Abacos. Making up 100 of the 700 Bahamian Islands, the Abacos is for quiet vacationing, boating, snorkeling and deep-sea fishing. Here, you won't find any night clubs or noisy jet skis.
These islands are made up of 120-mile long chains of bays, coves, and protected harbors. The flat land that makes up these islands are what creates those gorgeous crystal clear blue waters.
Marsh Harbour is the largest town in the Abacos and third largest in all the Bahamas. If a lively downtown area is what you're looking for, then Marsh Harbour is your destination.
If you are looking for pristine beaches and championship golf courses, then you'll want to make a trip to Treasure Cay.
If historic and colonial structures are more your thing, head over to Turtle Cay or Elbow Cay. Elbow Cay's Hope Town is full of beautiful scenery with its pastel-colored wooden homes and it is also full of historic features. You can take in all its beauty on foot or on a bike, as no cars are allowed in the town.
Because of its perfect temperatures year-round, averaging 65 degrees in the winter and 78 degrees in the summer, along with the miles and miles of fine white sanded beaches, the Abacos is nothing but a pleasant stay.