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. Today, there is not much left save for the lighthouse.
The very white lighthouse is easy to spot against the blue sky and green vegetation. While not particularly tall, the colonial architecture makes Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse very pretty to look at and take pictures of.
Those wishing to visit Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse may choose to book their trip on Great Stirrup Cay, as travelers to this area of the Bahamas will be pleased to have easy lighthouse access during their time there. With only a few accommodations around the area around this lighthouse, relatively little tourist traffic can be predicted.
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The area around this location does have at least a few extras, including Sugar Beach and . This beach is pretty far from Great Stirrup Cay Lighthouse.
Location: Great Stirrup Cay
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