The Southern Out Islands

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  • 1. Bonefish Bay

    The 3-mile beach in front of Club Med has bright white sand as fine as talcum powder, and water that is such a bright neon...Read More

  • 2. Dean's Blue Hole

    Known as the second deepest blue hole in the world with a depth of 663 feet, Dean's Blue Hole is the most amazing sight on...Read More

  • 3. Inagua National Park

    Nothing quite prepares you for your first glimpse of the West Indian flamingos that nest in Inagua National Park: brilliant crimson-pink, up to 5 feet...Read More

  • 4. The Hermitage

    At the top of 206-foot Mt. Alvernia, the highest point in The Bahamas, the Hermitage is the final resting place of Father Jerome who lived...Read More

  • 5. Adderley's Plantation

    Just north of the Stella Maris Airport, west of the main road, are the ruins of 19th-century Adderley's Plantation, a cotton plantation that once occupied...Read More

  • 6. Bird Rock Lighthouse

    The sparkling white Bird Rock Lighthouse (built in 1876) once guarded the Crooked Island Passage. The rotating flash from its 115-foot tower still welcomes pilots...Read More

  • 7. Cape Santa Maria Beach

    Known as one of The Bahamas's top beaches, and located on the leeward side of the island at Cape Santa Maria Resort, the water colors...Read More

  • 8. Columbus Monument

    Two miles north of Cape Santa Maria is the Columbus Monument, commemorating Columbus's landing on Long Island. The road to the monument is off the...Read More

  • 9. Columbus Monuments

    Christopher Columbus has more than one monument on San Salvador Island commemorating his first landfall in the New World on October 12, 1492. The simple...Read More

  • 10. Dixon Hill Lighthouse

    A couple of miles south of Graham's Harbour stands Dixon Hill Lighthouse. Built around 1856, it's the last hand-operated lighthouse in The Bahamas. The lighthouse...Read More

  • 11. Erickson Museum and Library

    The Erickson Museum and Library is a welcome part of the community, particularly the surprisingly well-stocked, well-equipped library. The Morton Company built the complex in...Read More

  • 12. Fernandez Bay Beach

    Imagine the perfect calm cove in the tropics—a 1-mile stretch of glistening, pristine white sand, inviting shade under coconut palms and sea grape trees, quaint...Read More

  • 13. Galloway Landing Beach

    This remarkable beach on the southeast coast of the island, south of Clarence Town, is relatively unknown and visited mostly by the locals. Swim and...Read More

  • 14. Graham's Harbour and Gerace Research Centre

    Columbus describes Graham's Harbour in his diaries as large enough "to hold all the ships of Christendom." A former U.S. Navy base near the harbor...Read More

  • 15. Greenwood Beach

    An 8-mile stretch of pink sand on the Atlantic Ocean makes this one of the most spectacular beaches on Cat Island. Hypnotized by the beauty,...Read More

  • 16. Hamilton's Cave

    The largest cave system in The Bahamas, Hamilton's Cave features stalactites and stalagmites, and passages over 45 feet wide and 9 feet high. The Lucayans...Read More

  • 17. Inagua Lighthouse

    From Southwest Point, a mile or so south of Matthew Town, you can see Cuba's coast—slightly more than 50 miles west—on a clear day from...Read More

  • 18. Morton Salt Company

    Marveling at the salt process lures few visitors to Inagua, but the Morton Salt Company is omnipresent on the island: it has more than 47...Read More

  • 19. Ocean Beach

    On the eastern Atlantic side, 4 miles from Queen's Highway at Smith's Bay is Ocean Beach, 1.8 miles of pink sand and cool breezes. This...Read More

  • 20. Sandy Point

    Sandy Point anchors the island's southwestern end, overlooking French Bay. Here, on a hill, you'll find the ruins of Watling's Castle, named after the 17th-century...Read More

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