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Reasons to Visit

Cat Island, Bahamas

Cat Island is in the Bahamas, and is one of Outer Islands. The Island also has the nation's highest point, Mount Alvernia (also known as Como Hill) rising to 206 feet (63 m) and topped by a monastery called The Hermitage. This assembly of buildings was erected by the Franciscan "Brother Jerome". The Western coast faces the Atlantic Ocean and the Eastern coast is sheltered with tranquil coves and beaches.

Fernandez Bay Village is a little gem of simplicity, a barefoot paradise with small, cosy cottages, sheltered in the trees and right by the beach, so you can wake up and walk out for a swim before taking a shower outdoors in the garden and breakfast in the Clubhouse.

Specialist Knowledge

Need some help with your trip? Berenice Roure has travelled extensively across Caribbean and can help with his knowledge and expertise of the attractions and services available.

Accommodation
in Cat Island, Bahamas

Fernandez Bay Village

Cosy and romantic little cottages, spread between the tress, along an isolated beach on the west side of Cat Island, in the B…