Abaco is a simple island 120 miles long, with one main road, one main town, two roundabouts and one functioning set of traffic lights. Nonetheless it has a great deal to offer the visitor. I have decided to add the the already substantial number of pages in the drop-down menus to cater for the casual visitor who might want to visit Abaco Landmarks to vary their days of fishing, swimming, sunbathing, and generally unwinding.
This page will contain direct links to some of the landmarks. I shall include only destinations and explorations that I consider would make either a great day out, or anyway provide a worthwhile visit because of the landmark itself or the general locality and other things on offer.
At 770 feet long, the longest wooden dock in the Bahamas. Cherokee is a pretty, small community originally settled by Loyalists; and remote until the roads were built. Not far away is Little Harbour and the legendary Pete’s Pub.
PIDGEON HILL: ABACO’S HIGHEST POINT
Rising a majestic 134′ / 41m asl, Pigeon Hill is part of a long ridge along the Highway between Marsh Harbour and Treasure Cay. See maps and photos from the summit.