The Berry Islands, comprised of over 30 islands and cays, has beaches that range from just rocky enough to make beach-combing successful to calm and sandy for those who like to lounge in the sun and do a bit of light swimming. The best known beach throughout this district is Sugar Beach on Great Harbour Cay, which is loved because of its cliffs and caves which give the beach a bit of a unique feel.
There are a small handful of beaches to visit in the area. You can click on the name of the beach for a detailed review of that section of the coast.
Sugar Beach: Unfortunately, anyone ready to head over to Sugar Beach will first need to find their way to Great Harbor Cay; really only available via boat.
The table just below provides you with more details on the beaches that you can find in the area.
|1.4 mi. East of Central Chub Cay||Chub Cay||South East|
|1.8 mi. West of Central Chub Cay||Chub Cay||South|
|Sugar Beach||2.3 mi. Southeast of Central Goat Cay||Great Harbour Cay||North-Northwest|
If you are seeking a wider variety of points of interest beyond just these, you might want to think about other possibilities. Click to find our page dedicated to other interesting attractions for the Berry Islands.
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