The five-star golf course and the beautiful beaches are what draw tourists to Treasure Cay each year. Beyond these two attractions, there is not much else to see, but visitors are never wanting for something to do.
You'll find an abundance of beaches to enjoy in and around the area. Snorkeling is an option at some locations, for visitors who enjoy this relaxing pastime. Just click on the name of each beach for more information concerning that specific beach.
Treasure Cay Beach: A side road off Treasure Cay Road nearby Treasure Cay Golf Club leads to Treasure Cay Beach.
A second location worth considering is Gillam Bay Beach. There is not much to Gillam Bay Beach. With development limited to just the occasional villa, you rarely ever need to worry about loud music or crowds.
Ocean Beach: With a pleasant mix of peace and adventure, Ocean Beach offers some variety for those looking to spend a day at the beach.
Fortunately, you can find a wide range of choices for beaches in and around the area. To navigate to our complete guide to beaches, click this link.
In case you like to expand your knowledge of unfamiliar places and cultures, you should consider visiting a museum during your time in Treasure Cay.
Many travelers choose to visit Albert Lowe Museum. It is located on Green Turtle Cay, 6.1 mi. North-Northwest of central Treasure Cay. Admission grants you to look around the museum and read about the artifacts, as well as a tour by the caretaker who will give you a narrative of life in the early time of the British Bahamas.
The chart below provides more details regarding a museum you might enjoy nearby.
|Albert Lowe Museum||(242) 367-4094||6.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Treasure Cay||Green Turtle Cay|
Travelers will enjoy some other intriguing sites close to Treasure Cay.
An interesting landmark worth visiting is Memorial Sculpture Garden. It is located on Green Turtle Cay, 6.1 mi. North-Northwest of central Treasure Cay. The Memorial Sculpture Garden contains 24 busts of important Bahamians who represent different islands. The centerpiece of the garden is two life-sized bronze statues of a black girl and a white girl, one holding a conch and the other the Union Jack.
|Memorial Sculpture Garden||Monument||6.1 mi. North-Northwest of Central Treasure Cay||Green Turtle Cay|
Travelers can visit a park nearby.
|Park||10.8 mi. Southeast of Central Treasure Cay||Great Abaco|
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