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“Hard to find but worth the wait”

Ranked #9 of 190 things to do in Out Islands
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 6 February 2013

Absolutely gorgeous, long deserted beach. Completely unmarked, very hard to find. The best I can tell you is there were a bunch of trash cans not far from Santanas. It is a long, bumpy road with lots of potholes. Finally you get to the end and there are some houses, turn right and you will see the deck going out to the beach.

Thank sidney7474
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Reviewed 30 December 2012

This beach is perfect! It's quiet, out of the way, and peaceful! It's worth the drive down the little bumpy road! I would recommend this beach to anyone who wants to relax in the peaceful beauty, looking out at the beautiful blue water, and it's perfect for swimming!!!!

Thank gypsygrl32
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Reviewed 5 November 2012

This is one of the most beautiful beaches I've ever seen. It's not easy to find, but well worth the effort. Beautiful white sand as far as you can see and the color of the water is beyond description. I've never seen or known there were so many shades of blue. There are no facilities there and you'll only encounter a handful of others who walk the beach or enjoy the incredible view. If you're traveling Exuma, this is not to be missed. Follow it up with a wonderful meal at Santana's and visit Dee, another priceless island experience.

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