Elbow Cay
Elbow Cay is the place to come if you are looking for a true outer island experience, a getaway from hustle and bustle, stop lights and cars. The minute you arrive on Elbow Cay you will immediately sense its laid back atmosphere and embrace its less hurried approach. The island creates the perfect setting for relaxation and rejuvenation.

The island is rich in history. It was settled by English loyalists who fled America following the Revolutionary War. The picturesque village of Hope Town contains architecture reminiscent of a New England fishing village, but with its houses painted in bright Island colors and decorated with colorful tropical flowers, it is distinctively Bahamian. There are no cars or golf carts allowed in Hope Town and the streets are reserved for foot or bike traffic alone. Hope Town's lighthouse, over 150 years old and one of the few mechanically operated lighthouses currently in operation today, stands at 118 feet and provides a perfect backdrop to Hopetown's picturesque harbour. Within Hope Town’s quiet postcard beauty you will find restaurants, gift shops, groceries, services, museums and supplies.

The crystal clear, mint green waters of Elbow Cay are calm and inviting year round. The Atlantic lies along the entire eastern shore of the Island, making it possible to enjoy secluded beaches most any day of the year. These waters offer the perfect playground for swimming, fishing, boating, diving, snorkeling or just relaxing while taking in their beauty.