The charm in the beaches of Acklins lies in the unique rock formations that can be spotted along the coast. For the most part, the beaches on this island are uncrowded and great for any beach activity you can dream of. The consensus seems to be, however, that all of the island's best beaches reside along the East Coast facing the Atlantic Ocean.
You will discover a handful of beaches to visit on the island. For a detailed guide to any one of these beaches you can click on the names of the ones you are curious about.
Abraham's Bay Beach: Located in the largest settlement on Mayaguana, Abraham's Bay Beach is the favored beach among locals. During they day you'll find them relaxing in the sun and out on the water participating in their favorite watersports.
The beaches on Acklins are summarized in the following chart.
|Abraham's Bay Beach||5.5 mi. East-Northeast of Central Acklins Island||East|
|17.3 mi. South West of Central Acklins Island||Southeast|
|12.3 mi. Northeast of Central Acklins Island||West|
Of course, Acklins has other attraction types. Go to this extended discussion about even more attractions if you're interested in learning some more details.
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