It’s not easy to find, but once you arrive in this out-of-the-way village on New Providence’s southwest coast, you know you’ve arrived to something real — a settlement founded by liberated slaves following emancipation in the Bahamas in 1834.
Its snowy white, shelly beach stretches to Coral Harbour. On weekends, you’ll find a gathering of locals celebrating their days off. Avery’s Restaurant is another popular spot, serving native food. Aside from that you have a typical Out Island village with a picturesque Anglican church and folks farming vegetables and chickens.