The main town of Hopetown is where visitors will find the highest number of beaches on the island, which may be why it is the most frequented by tourists who stay on the island of Elbow Cay. Regardless of which of the island's beaches you choose to spend your days on, you'll notice that in low tide they tend to stretch out for miles, allowing even the most tentative swimmers to explore.
You will find a small variety of beaches to consider on the island. Click on each beach name to get additional information concerning that section of the coast.
Tahiti Beach: The waters here are popular with sail-boaters, and the isolated beach is fantastically quiet and romantic. You can't drive here, so expect some time alone away from the crowds.
A second place worth considering is Garabonzo Beach. Visitors who come to the beach should not be expecting very many amenities. Save the occasional villa, there are no buildings on the beach, and you will only have the palm trees to give you shade.
Elbow Cay Beach: The beach stretches on for miles making it a perfect place for long, slow walks, particularly as the sun is setting over the never-ending ocean.
Be sure to look through the table below to learn more about beaches located on the island.
|Elbow Cay Beach||Central Elbow Cay||South East|
|Garabonzo Beach||2.0 mi. South-Southwest of Central Hopetown||South|
|Hope Town Beach||0.1 mi. North-Northeast of Central Hopetown||North East|
|Nathan’s Bay Beach||1.2 mi. North of Central Hopetown||North|
|Tahiti Beach||3.0 mi. South West of Central Hopetown||South West|
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