“Treasure Cay is probably the most laid-back destination you will ever visit.”
Bahama Beach Club is on the small coastal community of Treasure Cay on Abaco Island, and for such a small community — most people in Treasure Cay get around on a golf cart — there’s an astonishing wealth of things to do.
Home to one of only 2 golf courses on Abaco Island — named the #1 golf course in all of The Bahamas — Treasure Cay also has a hugely popular, weather-protected, world-class marina. Treasure Cay’s private three-and-a-half mile pristine, ivory-white beach has been named “The Best Beach In The Bahamas” (Travel and Life magazine) and “One Of The 10 Best Beach In The World” (National Geographic.) Not bad for such a little place.
History of Treasure Cay
In 1595, seventeen Spanish treasure galleons sank off the coast of Treasure Cay, Abaco. Some of this treasure has been found. Some has not.
Aquatic thrill-seekers can snorkel or scuba dive our pristine coral reefs, sail, or windsurf clear turquoise waters.
Treasure Cay is an ideal base for island hopping. Explore deserted islands, hidden cays, beaches where the only footprints will be your own. Exotic shells, sand dollars, conch, polished glass, and relic fishing buoys are all easy to find. Rent a boat, or take a ferry which provides day trips to Guana Cay.
"The Day Of The Dolphin," staring George C. Scott was filmed in Treasure Cay in 1972. Dolphins, whales, and sea turtles are abundant in our Bahamian waters.
Try world-class fishing at Treasure Cay. At the Treasure Cay Marina, fishermen from all over the world hire experienced skippers to take them out to search for blue marlin, barracuda, grouper, yellowtail, snapper, tuna, dolphinfish, and wahoo. The bonefish flats at Treasure Cay are just a short boat ride from the marina.
Treasure Cay hosts one of the most popular fishing tournaments in The Bahamas: the Treasure Cay Billfish Championship in May.
The deep-sea fishing off of Treasure Cay is spectacular, but the “cruising crowd” also love Treasure Cay’s large, modern, 150-slip marina with an entry channel accommodating yachts up to 140 feet.
Play tennis or a round of golf on the challenging 6,985 yard, 18-hole golf course at Treasure Cay.
Watch for “The Green Flash” at sunset. Very rarely, on cloudless days and when the temperature is just right, a brilliant band of green light as wide as the sun itself will flash across the horizon for an instant, then disappear. Many at Treasure Cay have reported seeing The Green Flash. Just make sure that every evening you’re there to witness the sun falling into the sea.
From exquisite beaches that give way to lush tropical flora, to fine dining and dancing, cruising, golfing, and exploring, to where the pace of life is slow, the air is soft, and swirling stars blanket the night sky, the splendors of Treasure Cay will remain with you long after you leave. If you do.