The least developed of all of the inhabited islands on the Bahamas, it isn't cultural attractions that draw visitors to Mayaguez. This island is the land of beautiful beaches, fishing excursions, and not much else. Tourists planning a getaway here know that nothing stands between them and a few days of soaking up the sun.
You will find a couple of beaches to choose from on the island. Click on the name of the beach to read a detailed article concerning that particular stretch of sand.
Big Bay Beach: At this remote spot, you might get a chance to see the mailboat that comes in once a week to this small island. The beach curves ever so slightly against this small, remote island's easternmost coast.
A second location to consider is North Beach. This is a pleasant place to relax after a day of exploring the exotic natural surroundings Mayaguana has to offer. Fishing, canoeing, searching the cost for shells, suntanning, and picnicing are popular attractions on this quiet beach.
Look through this table for more information.
|Big Bay Beach||11.2 mi. West-Northwest of Central Abrams Bay||West|
|North Beach||Central Mayaguana||West|
Keep in mind that you'll be able to find other beaches within the Bahamas. Visit this extended discussion. about the entire spectrum of beaches in the Bahamas if you want more details.
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