A List Of Exuma's Best Known Beaches
Pretty Molly Bay
One of our favorite bays, located on the North shore of Little Exuma 1.2km from the bridge. This horseshoe shaped soft sand beach is about 500 yards long and protected on both ends by rocky outcrops which provides excellant protection on a windy day.
Tropic Of Cancer Beach
Probably one of the best known beaches in Exuma. Located on Little Exuma about 15km from the bridge, follow the sign for Percy Road. One of the longest beaches at a mile long. Soft sand, this is a popular location for beach weddings
Tropic Breeze Beach
Located directly below the popular restaurant on Little Exuma. A narrow sandy beach with an interesting offshore reef well worth exploring when the sea is calm
Located on the Northshore on Great Exuma, follow the Queens Highway West through Steventon then turn right about 3 miles on. This beautiful long beach is well protected by offshore islands and has a reputation for finding sand dollars
Hoopers Bay Beach
Located 4 km west of GeorgeTown (look for the “Beach” sign on the right). A beautiful and well protected soft sand beach. Walk to the East to the wooden docks and there you will find turtles
Chat N Chill Beach
Located on Stocking Island. Get the water taxi or rent a boat from Minns Water Sports. The beach is a popular meeting place, especially at weekends, with the benefit of resident Sting Rays
Travel West to Steventon and stop at Big D’s Restaurant and while there explore this fabulous beach
Moriah Cay (our favorite !)
This deserted island has been designated as a marine reserve and extends to over 13,000 acres. Its shoreline has numerous bays, some over a mile long, others of only a few hundred yards. On the western end the cut between Moriah Cay and Man O War Cay has a strong current as the tide runs so let the tide carry you parallel to the shore while you relax. For the adventurous, take a shoreline walk from the lagoon towards the North East where there are more bays, some where the Ocean gushes into a sandy bay.
Our favorite location to spend an hour or an entire day. Take one of our kayaks and explore.
Man O' War Cay
Off the Northshore of Hartswell a short kayak paddle from Harbour View
Jolly Hall Beach
Fort Beach at Forbes Hill
I could add more beach pictures but I think you would prefer to find them for yourself…..come on down to Exuma.