Surrounded by bright blue water on three sides, Treasure Cay is a palm-dotted tropical oasis that is connected to Great Abaco Island in the Bahamas. Known for its pristine beaches, bright blue ocean teeming with fish, and luxury resort, Treasure Cay is both picturesque and wonderfully exciting.
About Treasure Cay
Treasure Cay is a narrow extension of Great Abaco Island in the outer islands of the Bahamas. Located about 180 miles east of West Palm Beach, Florida, Treasure Cay has similar weather to southern Florida.
A truly relaxed and unspoiled outer paradise, Treasure Cay, Bahamas is home to swimming pigs, friendly stingrays, many species of fish, and a rotating community of fisherman. The island of Abaco and Treasure Cay offer more activities and adventures than other outer islands in the Bahamas!
Treasure Cay Beach Marina & Golf Resort
The largest draw to Treasure Cay is for the gorgeous Treasure Cay Beach Marina & Golf Resort. This luxurious island resort features a relaxed but challenging 18-hole golf course, an award-winning white sand beach, fine dining on the water, and a large marina.
The beach at Treasure Cay Beach Marina & Golf Resort has remained on several Bahamas Top 10 lists for decades. The soft, white sand stretches on for miles and is accented by the warm, clear blue water. This beach has been on thousands of postcards and offers guests a quintessential Bahama blues view.
Boating & Fishing near Treasure Cay
The marina at Treasure Cay Beach Marina & Golf Resort is considered one of the best in the Bahamas. Large, well-protected, and centrally located, the marina has its own fuel station and is continually staffed to provide guest support.
The marina can accommodate all types of boats and offers a wide range of boating activities, including rentals and charters to other nearby cays. Fishermen are delighted by Treasure Cay and its marina because the waters surrounding the island are teeming with fish.
Fishermen from around the world come to Treasure Cay to fish for blue marlin, barracuda, grouper, yellowtail, mahi mahi, tuna, wahoo, and more. Treasure Cay has held the Bahamas Blue Marlin Record for two years and also hosts the annual Treasure Cay Billfish Championship.
Excursions to Green Turtle Cay and Noname Cay
One of the most popular activities to do while staying on Treasure Cay, Bahamas is to take a day trip to other nearby cays. Green Turtle Cay and Noname Cay, which are both located off Treasure Cay’s east shore, are excellent choices.
You can book a charter from the Treasure Cay Marina to do snorkeling and diving on nearby Green Turtle Cay. Offering trips ranging from 10 feet to 100 feet in Green Turtle Cay’s intricate reef system or blue hole, these diving excursions allow you to interact with the rare and exciting species of the outer Bahamas such as stingrays, fish, coral, and more!
For a truly unique experience, you can go on a day trip to Noname Cay to visit its resident pigs. Although nobody is sure exactly how these domestic-turned-wild pigs got onto Noname Cay, they continue to be largely famous by tourists. These pigs are wild but also very friendly to humans. If you like cute pigs, Noname Cay is a must see!
Stay nearby with Island Real Estate
After you’ve spent your day lounging at one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, feeding island pigs, snorkeling, diving, or fishing for marlin, come home to a relaxing and upscale island vacation rental.
At Island Real Estate, we offer the most beautiful, serene, and private vacation accommodations available in the Bahamas. With 40 years of experience choosing and maintaining the very best properties on the island, we know you’ll be impressed by our selection.
Each home comes with sweeping views of the turquoise blue ocean, beach access, tasteful interior design, large living spaces, and plenty of privacy. These homes have been meticulously chosen to ensure our guests can relax and feel truly at home in the Bahamas.
Take a look at our available luxury vacation rentals today and contact us to book your next getaway home in paradise!