The Southern Out Islands Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The Southern Out Islands - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Long Island 8

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North Long Island: Cape Santa Maria to Gray's 3

South Long Island: Deadman's Cay to Gordon's 5

Inagua 5

San Salvador 5

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Fernandez Bay to Riding Rock Point 1

Cat Island 4

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New Bight 3

Port Howe 1

Crooked and Acklins Islands 2

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Greenwood Beach

  • Beach–Sight

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...

Hamilton's Cave

  • Tour–Sight

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

Inagua Lighthouse

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

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...

Inagua National Park

  • Tour–Sight

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

Morton Salt Company

  • Industrial Site/Mill/Factory

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

Ocean Beach

  • Tour–Sight

On the eastern Atlantic side, four miles from Queen's Highway at Smith's Bay is Ocean Beach, 1.8 miles of wide powdery white sand with...

Sandy Point

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Sandy Point anchors the island's southwestern end, overlooking French Bay. Here, on a hill, you'll find the ruins of Watling's Castle...

St. Paul's & St. Peter's Churches

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The twin, towered Moorish churches of St. Paul's (Anglican) and St. Peter's (Catholic) are two of the island's most celebrated landmarks.

The Hermitage

  • Tour–Sight

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...

The Long Island Museum and Library

  • Library/Archive

The Long Island Museum and Library is housed in a beautiful little pink cottage with native trees in front. Patty will share the history...

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