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A vacation on Green Turtle Cay is all about enjoying the beauty of the island and the water. There is plenty to do and nothing to do, so you can make your time on the island

as active or as relaxed as you want. 


It's always a good idea to visit the links below (and ask around town)

to see which places are open on any given night.

Pineapples Bar & Grill

Fun outdoor bar with pool. Casual food - try the conch fritters and

save room for a pina colada for dessert! Live music often.

Harvey's Island Grill

Lots of options from burgers to pasta and seafood. Check the board

outside for special nights (pizza!).

McIntosh Restaurant & Bakery

Delicious baked goods. Give the cracked conch a try!


Green Turtle Club

If you are looking for a more formal night out, head to Green Turtle Club - delicious food in an upscale atmosphere. Live music most Wednesdays.


Turtle Crawl Cafe

This is where you get your ice cream fix!


Plymouth Rock (restaurant and liquor store)

Yep, enjoy a delicious meal at the liquor store. One stop shopping.



Watch the sunset from their huge deck over the Sea of Abaco.



Sid's in town has all the basics. Visit after the mail boat comes

(once a week) to get the best produce.

Golf Cart Rental

Seaside Cart Rentals | Kool Karts | T&A Carts | D&P Carts

Boat Rental

Sunset Marine | Donny's

Liquor Store

Plymouth Rock | The Down Thru

Gas (boat and cart)

Sunset Marine | Green Turtle Club Marina

Lowe's Green Turtle Cay Ferry

Green Turtle Cay Community Clinic



Flats and inshore or deep sea; at certain times of year you can even catch lobster.

Scuba Diving & Snorkeling

DIY or go with local legend Brendal Stevens to explore the waters around GTC. Brendal also offers day trips with lunch on the beach.

Rent a Boat

Island hop, snorkel, find a fishing spot - life's better in a boat.

Paddleboarding & Kayaking

It's a short paddle to a white sand beach, or explore/fish the flat and mangroves in front of the house.

Visit Pig Beach

See the swimming pigs via boat or take the house's kayak.


Gilliam Bay Beach

The closest to Bonefish Bluff with calm water and a beach that wraps all the way around the southern tip of the island  - swim in the Atlantic and the Sea of Abaco with a visit to Gilliam Bay!

Coco Bay Beach

Calm, shallow water perfect for wading - great for small children.

Ocean Beach

Swim out to the reef and enjoy some snorkeling.

Bita Bay Beach

Snorkel the reefs.

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