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The Abacos are a group of idyllic islands set along a 120-mile-long chain spanning 650 square miles. Geographically, the Abacos are perfectly positioned for those who love island hopping, with a coastline lined with bays and coves and protected harbors that feature full-service marinas and resorts.

Great Abaco Island and Little Abaco serve as the "mainland” with a string of islands separating them from the Atlantic, and the calm shallows of the Sea of Abacos flowing between.

Recognizable from its iconic candy-striped lighthouse (one of only three manual lighthouses left in the world), Historic Hope Town is one of the best known settlements in the Abaco’s if not the entire Bahamas. A peaceful traditional town, it features a range of real estate options from quaint cottages to sprawling beach front villas.
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