The great thing about the beaches that surround Green Turtle Cay is that they have more than just a pretty face. Sure, the soft white sands, bright turquoise waters, and shady palm trees are a welcome treat to look at, but most of these beaches are also great for one activity or another, be it snorkeling, bonefishing, or body boarding.
You'll discover a good group of beaches to consider on the island. Snorkeling is available at several locations, for vacationers who are so inclined. You can click on the name of each beach to read a detailed article concerning that particular location.
One beach where you can go snorkeling is Gillam Bay Beach. Green Turtle Cay is a small island, and getting around will be no problem. Gillam Bay Beach is actually the end of the road for the Southeast part of the island.
Another good choice for snorkeling fans is Coco Bay Beach. While the beach is mostly visited by residents of the villas lining Coco Bay, no one should have any issues getting there. The roads on Green Turtle Cay can be bumpy, but are generally easy to follow.
The table directly below lists more details concerning the beaches available on the island.
|Central Green Turtle Cay||East|
|Coco Bay Beach||1.5 mi. South-Southeast of Central Fiddle Cay||Northwest|
|Gillam Bay Beach||5.7 mi. North-Northwest of Central Treasure Cay||Southeast|
|Ocean Beach||Central Green Turtle Cay||East|
|1.7 mi. South-Southeast of Central Fiddle Cay||Northwest|
Keep in mind that you'll find additional kinds attractions available. To read more about other attractions, go to this article.
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