Rock Sound is a spot in the Bahamas that is frequented by yachters who sail themselves into the marina and spend a few days relaxing on the shore. Outside of the brightly colored homes and an authentic castle that is set on the island, there isn't much to see here except for palm trees and miles upon miles of seascape.
You will find several beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Snorkeling is an option at some of these beaches, if some of the people in your group enjoy this relaxing pastime. You can click on the name of the beach for more detail concerning that individual beach.
A local beach that offers snorkeling is Northside Beach. You will likely need a car if you are looking to go to Northside Beach. With direct road access and a dedicated parking area, a car is probably the best option.
Another good option for snorkeling fans is White Road Beach. Beautifully hidden, White Road Beach is a picturesque cove that stretches further than you could see. With the sea on one side and a lagoon on the other, White Road Beach offers an eclectic mix of waters and experiences.
Whiteland Beach: A bit of a distance from any kind of development and through a forest, visitors to Whiteland Beach will be given the ultimate private experience at this beach from a tropical dream.
Rock Sound and the surrounding areas are home to a full range of beach choices. Read this article if you want to get more specifics.
Do you enjoy discovering the history of places you visit? If so, you might want to visit a historical site during your stay.
|Historical Site||--||Tarpum Bay, 6.8 mi. North of Central Rock Sound||Eleuthera|
Even though most visitors to the area are drawn by the region's beaches, those aren't the only way to experience the area's natural beauty. The one example is. It is located in southern Rock Sound.
Another idea is to go see some of the more interesting area land formations. Other types of natural attractions in Rock Sound are summarized down below.
|Lake||0.9 mi. South of Central Rock Sound|
|Pond||1.2 mi. Northeast of Central Rock Sound|
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