Forbes Hill Beach, also known as “sea glass beach”, located on Little Exuma just after crossing the bridge into Forbes Hill. A faded sign on the highway marks a beach access. The short dirt road leads to an opening that will take your breath away.

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Coco Plum beach is located on the northern end of Great Exuma. Just past the turnoff to Baraterre look for the handmade sign Coco Plum on your right. Follow the road back and be amazed! Take a seat and swing in the water while gazing at the endless views of blue with Cays in the background.

Tropic of Cancer beach, also known as Pelican Beach, lies on the Tropic of Cancer line. Located on Little Exuma, you will be taken away with the white sand and shades of blue that go on and on. Don’t forget to take a picture with the Tropic of Cancer sign.

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Jolly Hall Beach one of Exuma's many pristine powdery sand beaches. Located in an enclosed bay, right down the street, there are never strong waves. The beach has many trees for shade, as well as white sand with a good entry into the water.