Nature reigns supreme when it comes to the Berry Islands, from mysterious caves and beaches to unique land formations. A getaway here is meant to be one spent outdoors, so bring the sun block, some comfortable clothes, and shoes that are meant for walking.
You'll discover a small handful of beaches to visit in the area. You can click on the beach names for detailed information about that particular stretch of sand.
Sugar Beach: With nothing on the beach save the occasional villa, Sugar Beach is the perfect place for anyone looking for a quiet, tropical beach to relax at. Of course, the beautiful clear water is ready for anyone who is looking for a dip.
Fortunately, you will find other beaches to choose from in the area. Those interested can get more details here.
Visitors will discover some other worthwhile sites in the Berry Islands.
If the functional aspects of living by the sea intrigue you, you should think about visiting Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse. Built by the Imperial Lighthouse Service in 1863, the Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse has since warned passing ships of the nearby rocks and shoreline. Some time after its building, during the second world war, the Lighthouse grounds became part of a US military base that included early detection technology.
|Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse||Lighthouse||0.9 mi. North of Central Goat Cay||Great Stirrup Cay|
Even though most people visiting the area are attracted by the region's beaches, that isn't the only way to enjoy the area's natural wonders. One such example is. It is situated on Great Harbour Cay, in northern the Berry Islands.
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