Caribbean Tourism

Spanish Cay

Spanish Cay is a private 185-acre island off Cooper’s Town which has recently been developed as a resort. There is a 5,000 ft runway and a full-service marina with a dive shop, Spanish Cay Diving. Transport on the island is by golf cart or walking. LL-L Spanish Cay Inn and Marina has five villas and seven apartments, a restaurant and store overlook the marina, another restaurant is at the tip of one of the five beaches, tennis, snorkelling, diving and fishing available, T3650083, F3650466, PO Box 882, Cooper’s Town, reservations essential. The cay can be reached from Abaco at Coopers Town, where the resort’s ferry will pick you up from the government dock.



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