Pink Sands Beach
The most prominent feature of the island is the dramatic 3 mile stretch of Pink Sands Beach. Ride a beach cruiser, a horse, or chose to walk.
Visit the Lone Tree on Girl's Bank. At low tide it's a not-to-miss photo op.
Princess Street Art Gallery
A broad and sophisticated collection of tropical art inspired by Harbour Island and the greater Bahamas. Located on Princess Street between Bay Street and Crown Street.
Take a ride on Pink Sands Beach on one of the four happy horses living the dream. Contact BB's Horseback Riding at (242) 359-7759
There's a variety of shops to chose from to find island treasures from local straw markets to high end boutiques. Some of our favorites are:
Dilly Dally - Bahamian books, shirts, locally made sauces, soaps, etc.
Location: Corner of Crown Street and Dunmore Street
Dake's Shoppe - Men's & Women's New York/Harbour Island clothing, linens, textiles, home goods
Location: Crown Street, Between Pigly Wigly & Arthur's Bakery
The Sugar Mill - A cross between edgy skull and crossbones and elegant resortwear.
Location: Bay Street, Across from Govt Dock
The Blue Rooster - Upscale and stylish collection of men's and women's clothing
Location: Corner of King Street & Crown Street
Calico Trading Co - A funky mix of surfer style and classy beachwear
Location: Valentine's Resort & Marina
A&A's Straw Market - Handmade baskets, bags and hats
Location: South of town on Queen's Highway
Unlike the rest of the Out Islands which typically wrap up after happy hour and evening dinner, Harbour Island's nightlife is alive and well.
Daddy D's - Dancing, DJ and occasional celebrity sightings.
Location: Dunmore Street in town
Gusty's - Sandy floor, casual bar overlooking the harbour.
Location: Follow Bay Street south and continue up the hill onto Nesbitt Street
Vic Hum Club - Check out the world's biggest coconut or shoot some hoops at their basketball court
Location: Dunmore Street
Beyond The Reef - Periodic live band, events and DJ's.
Location: Bay Street