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Things To Do...relax, play, enjoy

Sandy Beach
Treasure Cay offers one of the most beautiful beaches that have the whitest, softest sand. When looking out from the beach you will see the most beautiful turquoise body of water called the Sea of Abaco. It is divided from the Atlantic Ocean by out Islands called Cays (pronounced keys). These out islands are perfect for exploring and they offer some of the best snorkeling and scuba diving in the Bahamas. Whether you are looking to explore the reefs or simply lay on the sand, Treasure Cay offers something for everyone.

Sea Turtles
The waters off Treasure Cay offer a labyrinth of reefs and formations to a number of ship wrecks and caves. The Abaco's has the third largest barrier reef. In many locations the reef rises to the surface so the scuba diver and the snorkeler can both enjoy the reef. This also provides an extensive array of sport fishing opportunities as well.

Adventure Fishing
There is a wide variety of excellent fishing offered in Treasure Cay. You can bone fish in the flats or deep sea fish in the Atlantic Ocean. The Sea of Abaco also offers a variety of fishing. You can fish using fly rods, spinning reels or troll for the fish.

There are fishing guides to help you get the fish you are looking for or you can do it on your own. You can rent boats from JIC Boat Rentals found at the Marina. Their contact information is jicboatrentals.com or 242-365-8582

Treasure Cay Golfing
If golfing is a must then you will enjoy golfing at Treasure Cay Golf Club. The course was designed by the legendary Dick Wilson. This is an 18-hole, par 72 golf course.

The course offers plenty of challenges with the ocean winds, narrow fairways, sand bunkers and even a duck pond. The course is 6,985 yards from the blue tees but can be played in less than 3 hours.

Mariner's Cove Tennis Courts
Treasure Cay offers four hard tennis courts and two clay tennis courts. These courts are located next to Beach Villa Owners Association. You may rent the courts by the hour or take lessons from the Pro, Ivan Russell. For more information you may contact Ivan Russell at 242-365-8716 or 551-4715 (cell).

Shopping and Dining
There is a quaint shopping area to Treasure Cay. You will find a grocery store, doctor, church, library, golf cart rental, car rentals, hardware, La Florence Café, bike rentals, liquor store, bank, post office, telephone company, taxis, Marina and so much more.

Shopping and Dining
Café La Florence is a small bakery and coffee shop and is a must stop while in Treasure Cay. Florence's cinnamon rolls are something you will not be able to resist. She also offers light lunches, other wonderful treats and picnic lunches for those on the go.

Other restaurants in Treasure Cay are Spinnakers which offers a dinner menu and Coco Beach Bar which serves lunch. There is also Nippers on the beach which is a great place for lunch, and the Tipsy Seagull Bar to wet your whistle in the evening and has weekly entertainment.

On Thursday night the Tipsy Seagull Bar turns into a pizzeria which is a favorite among the locals and visitors.

The Blue Hole
Locals say "The Blue Hole" is a source of anti-aging water with depths unknown. You might be surprised to find that the water is acutally fresh water!