The Bahamas was originally known as “Baja Mar,” a name bestowed by the Spanish settlers who arrived in 1492 in San Salvador by the aid of Christopher Columbus, believing they had found the East Indies. The name “Baja Mar” means “shallow sea.” In actuality, the islands are mountain plateaus that grew out of the Atlantic Ocean hundreds of thousands of years ago. The corals that surround the islands form their limestone base.
Discover the casual elegance of a sophisticated Bahamas Resort in the exotic Out Islands of Great Abaco. Located on Green Turtle Cay, an island just three miles in length, in the Bahamas Family Islands and reached only by boat, the Green Turtle Club and Marina sit on a picturesque harbor surrounded by some of the most spectacular beaches in the world.
With an enviable location, the Green Turtle Club is centrally located to be within a short golf cart commute of town and it is the only resort on Green Turtle Cay within an easy walk (less than 10 minutes) from the breathtaking beaches on the Atlantic side of the Cay. The highly acclaimed Club Restaurant features freshly caught Abaco seafood with a new menu nightly of World/Caribbean fusion cuisine.
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