Tahiti Beach

The Abacos

This small sand bar disappears at high tide and is surrounded by exquisitely clear, warm and peaceful waters. At the sheltered southern end of Elbow Cay, it's ideal for kids, and is reached by a road through private property that the locals routinely use without issue. For the best views, go round the peninsula on foot.

Lonely Planet's must-see attractions

Nearby The Abacos attractions

1. Elbow Reef Lighthouse

3.05 MILES

Lit by a hand-pumped kerosene burner (the last of its kind still in operation), this candy-striped lighthouse was erected in 1863, despite the attempts of…

2. Wyannie Malone Museum

3.09 MILES

Wyannie Malone, a South Carolina Loyalist whose husband was killed during the American Revolution, fled to Elbow Cay with her four children and helped…

3. Treasure Cay Beach

22.53 MILES

The pin-up girl of the Abacos. Her white sand and turquoise shallows routinely land Top 10 Most Beautiful Beaches lists.

4. No Name Cay

25.76 MILES

A few years ago, No Name Cay was just a gorgeous, uninhabited cay and nature reserve off Green Turtle's southern tip where you could day trip with a…

5. Albert Lowe Museum

27.61 MILES

This 1825 house was created as the Bahamas' first museum in 1976, when local Alton Lowe opened it in honor of his father Albert. It was severely damaged…

6. Loyalist Memorial Sculpture Garden

27.66 MILES

Arranged in the form of the Union Jack, this collection of busts of prominent Loyalists provides a touching and slightly eerie insight into the enduring…