Beach House Casuarina , directly on the beach

Duplex Guest House , 2 separate apartments available , 50 meters from beach
Duplex Guest House , 2 separate apartments available , 50 meters from beachduplexour property in redview on our beachbeachfront terraces " casuarina's shoreline"casuarina\'s Shoreline , beachfront bedroom $150/nightCasuarina's beachfront apartment and terraces available fro $150/nightCasuarina\'s shoreline beachfront deckview from  beach front house "casuarina's shoreline"casuarina's shoreline"Casuarina's Shoreline" available for $150/nightIn red our property : beach front "Casuarina's Shoreline" + duplex guest house

From $100 / night

Great Abaco Highway, Casuarina Point, Abaco, Bahamas



Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 6
Type: Home
Per night: $100
Per week: $700
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Casuarina Point vacation home rental
Our typical bahamian house is located 16 miles southwest of Marsh Harbour , Abaco,Bahamas.
Casuarina Point is a small community of approx 20 beach houses on over 10 miles of pure white sandy beaches and acqua blue water.
Protected by a barrier reef approx 1/2 mile offshore the waters are very gentle and quietly lap the shoreline.

Our Houses offers 3 appartments with , in each appartment , 1large living room equipped with futon , 1 bedrooms and 1 bathroom. It is possible to add one or 2 airbed in each living room.
Price $100 is for 1 apartment ,$200 for 2 apartments ; $300 for 3 apartments

Casuarina point is known as one of the best bonefishing spot , and one of most beautiful beach in Bahamas

Our property goes until the beach and on the ocean lot has 4 large decks on different levels equipped with showers , rattan furnitures and a private beach.
Beach is 50 yards from duplex guest house and beach house casuarina's shoreline is directly on the beach.
Area Information
Casuarina Point, Marsh Harbour is one of the famous Tourist Attractions in Marsh Harbour. This tiny fishing village attracts tourists and accounts as a hot-spot on a sightseeing trip to destinations near Marsh Harbour. Casuarina Point, Marsh Harbour offers visitors lovely spots with countryside setting and scenic locations.
Casuarina Point in Marsh Harbor attracts tourists who love the seaside tranquility. The place, dotted with lovely beaches and green bone flats, gives a picture perfect setting. One looking for blissful solitude can stay in the wonderful accommodation options available here.
One of the well-known places to reside in the Casuarina Point in Marsh Harbor is the Beach House Casuarina and the Casuarina's Shoreline Villa. Guests staying in this lovely property can enjoy their stay both outdoors and indoors. The Casuarina's Shoreline Villa is located directly on the beach. Tourists can go for fishing in the Casuarina Point. A famous bonefish guide , Buddy Pinder , is our neighbour at the end of the street , he can help you locating the correct spots for fishing. Interested tourist can also enjoy kayaking here. Kayaking facilities are available . Going for kayaking is a wonderful way of exploring the abundance of wildlife in the region.
Spending time in the beach is another favored activity of tourists residing in Casuarina Point in Marsh Harbour .The beach along the Casuarina Point is kid-friendly as the waves are walled by a barrier reef. Guests can spend their time with their family in this place. The villas also provide equipments for beach games ,sunbathing and beachcombing.
Casuarina Point is not located very far from the central part of Marsh harbour. Marsh harbour is a busy town and forms the center of commerce in the Abacos island of Bahamas. The place is filled with plenty of attractions and one can explore them conveniently. Some other notable attractions in Marsh Harbour are the Cherokee Sound, Little Harbor and the Crossing Rocks.

Lay Of The Land
Situated two hundred miles east of Palm Beach, Florida, the Abacos are the most northerly group of Bahamian Islands, exposing the 10,000 residents to cold fronts from November to March. Boasting the third highest population of the Bahamian Islands, the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly.
  The island of Abaco is 130 miles long stretching from Crown Haven in the north to Sandy Point in the south.  The “mainland” is Great Abaco with a curve of cays a few miles offshore creating the protected Sea of Abaco. Though the majority of these tiny islands are uninhabited, the larger cays including Green Turtle, Great Guana, Man-O-War and Elbow are worth a visit using the regular scheduled ferry service.
In the north are the small settlements of Crown Haven (catch the ferry to Grand Bahama from here) and Fox Town. South of the Little Abaco causeway is Coopers Town, originally settled in the 1870’s by the Coopers from Grand Bahama, with the 900 residents working primarily in the fishing industry.  South of Coopers Town on the S.C. Bootle Highway is the Treasure Cay Airport, the Green Turtle Cay Ferry and the resort area of Treasure Cay.  Named for the fleet of more than 15 Spanish treasure galleons that sank off its shores in the late 1500’s, Treasure Cay is Abaco’s second largest settlement. With a large marina, an 18-hole golf course and some of the best beaches in the Bahamas, Treasure Cay is an ideal vacation spot for just about any traveler.
Thirty-five minutes south of Treasure Cay is the commercial center of Abaco, Marsh Harbour.    Home to the islands only stop light, Marsh Harbour is the Bahamas third largest settlement with about 6,000 residents.  Marsh Harbour offers a wide selection of comfortable and reasonably priced accommodation, the largest airport on the island, shopping, dining, banking, medical clinic and supplies for just about anything you might need, including an Internet café!
As you head south from Marsh Harbour, the population thins and settlements become smaller.  Little Harbour, quiet even by Abaco standards is worth the forty-five minute drive south from Marsh Harbour. This picturesque settlement is known as the home of the acclaimed bronze and wood sculptor Randolf Johnston and Pete’s Pub.  Just a few miles from Little Harbour lies the charming settlement of Cherokee Sound, well known for its extensive bonefishing flats. At the southernmost tip of Abaco is Sandy Point, a quiet commercial fishing village that has fuel and a grocery store.
Where to Stay
There is so much to choose from on Abaco your best bet is to first determine the type of holiday you are looking for and then which part of Abaco is going to offer the activities and amenities you want.
To narrow the search, determine if you want to be on one of the outlying cays where you get around by golf cart, a smaller settlement in southern Abaco or be a little closer to the action in Treasure Cay or Marsh Harbour.
Green Turtle Cay is a beautiful destination with the ferry leaving regularly just north of Treasure Cay.   There is a wide range of accommodation offered but no matter where you are bonefishing is just a golf cart ride away.
Treasure Cay offers a true tropical vacation experience with a world famous beach, restuarants, stores, golf and tennis as you buzz around in your golf cart.  There are a variety of homes, townhouses and condos to choose from.  If you want to fish the northern end of Abaco, Treasure Cay is an ideal location.
Leisure Lee is another nice location, locted just south of Treasure harbour with some beautifuyl homes for rent.   Bonefishing is literally minutes from your doorstep.
The largest town on Abaco, Marsh Harbour, serves as the hub for the island with all the services and amenities you would expect.  There are a wide variety of rentals available from economy bungalows to the grandest of water front homes. We stayed at the Wheelhouse on Eastern Shores, which is perfect for two couples.
Twenty miles south of Marsh Harbour are the settlements of Little Harbour and Cherokee Sound. Small and remote, both places offer a few homes and cottages to rent.
Marsh Harbour is the heart of activity n Great Abaco with a number of resorts, homes and condos to select from.   If renting on the Eastern Shore you are walking distance from the ferries to the quaint cays of Man O War and Elbow and only another ten minute walk to downtown Marsh Harbour.
Little Harbour is a beautiful protected bay with a number of homes to rent and quality fishing
South of Cherokee Sound is the tiny enclave of Casuarina Point where you will find a cluster of charming homes to rent in the midst of seaside tranquility.
Sandy Point on the southern end has a few places to rent and is in the heart of bonefish country.
As there are no shops in casuarina Point , groceries and meals will be problem without a car .  Before heading south, do your shopping at the major grocery stores in Marsh Harbour , Maxwell's .
Where To Fish
There are countless areas for the DIY fisherman to explore on Abaco but to date we have focused on the area around Little Harbor and Cherokee Sound.  From Little Harbor there is good fishing in Robinson Bight which is immediately adjacent and is an excellent area to explore with your kayak.  Farther to the south is Cherokee Sound providing miles of flats to wade, is easily reached by starting at the pier where the The Sand Bar Grill is located and wading south and Casurina Point.Green Turtle Cay is another excellent choice for DIY fisherman with several good flats within walking distance of New Plymouth.  The closest flats are the “Town Flats” three minutes from town offering approximately one mile of wadeable flats.  The next is Sand Dollar flat in Gilliam Bay which you can reach within 15 minutes of walking.  The third flat is at Coco Bay which can be reached by golf cart from New Plymouth.  There are a variety of other flats and shorelines to fish and well worth exploring.  One of the attractions of fishing the flats of Green Turtle Cay is the size of the fish……they can get very large here.For the DIY fisherman there is very little access to the leeward side flats called the Marl but it can be accessed if you have your kayak at the boat ramp at the Cross Road which is located at the very narrowest part of Abaco and at Freddie’s Cut which is located just north of the Neem farm on an old logging road.One of the greatest bonefishing area’s in the Bahamas are the “Marls” of Great Abaco.  Here you will find mile after mile of flats, mangroves and creeks providing the perfect habitat for bonefish.  However it is not easy to access and it is best to fish it with a guide who knows the area.  For DIY fisherman I would highly recommend that you budget one or two days with a guide to fish the Marls.  For at least one day hire  Capt. Joe Pritchard out of JIC Boat Rentalsand have him take you out to the marls.Another option in Abaco is to rent a boat for a week which provides you access to an untold number of flats.  You can rent boats from  JIC Boats Rentals,    Sea Horse Boat Rentals  in Marsh Harbor,  Rich’s Rentals  and  Island Marine  in Elbow Cay.Cherokee Sound Bonefish Video
Fishing Information
Great Abaco is one of those places where you can bring your spouse and family, get in some good bonefishing and everyone has fun.  Marsh Harbor, Treasure Cay are great places to stay and offer all the services and activities you could want while places like Turtle Cay and Little Harbor are more laid back.  We choose to stay a little farther south in Little  Harbor where access to the flats and bonefishing is a little better.Most of the fish you are chasing in Little Harbor and Cherokee Sound see their fair share of fisherman and flies, so they can be both spooky and picky.
You will see lots of fish to cast to on the incoming tides but they may frustrate you a little.  We typically cast flies sized #4 but you may have to go a little smaller with long leaders.  When the fish are spooky I have been tying more with rabbit and rubber legs, the rabbit helps the fly land very softly and moves in the water with only the slightest retrieve.These are great areas to explore with your kayak and to get farther away I would recommend renting a boat in Marsh Harbor for a week and use it to access those flats you can’t reach by foot or kayak.
Getting There
The airports at Treasure Cay and Marsh Harbour are a little more than an hour’s flight from South Florida and are serviced by several commercial airlines.
Subject to the carrier, flights can be found most days of the week between Ft. Lauderdale (United, Sky Bahamas) Miami (American Eagle) West Palm Beach (Bahamasair) Orlando (American, United, US Airways, Bahamasair) and Nassau (Bahamasair, Sky Bahamas).
Bahamas Fast Ferry will get you from Nassau to Sandy Point in about 3 ½ hours.

Route and schedule information for the ferries from Abaco to the cays:  .go-abacos.
There are a number of car rental agencies to choose from and I can recommend Sea Star rentals, which has an office at the Marsh Harbour airport.
In the larger settlements like Treasure Cay and Marsh Harbour, bike and scooter rentals are also available.
People To Know
Capt. Joe Pritchard
Justin Sands
Rick Sawyer
Buddy Pinder at the end of the street in Casuarina point
Car Rental
Sea Star Car Rentals
Boat Rental 
JIC Boat Rentals

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Jan 01 2014 Dec 31 2015 $100 - $700 $2,000 3 Nights
Jan 01 2014 Dec 31 2015 $100 - $700 $2,000 2 Nights
Deposits: $200
Payment Options: Mastercard, Money Order, PayPal, Visa
Other Fees: cleaning fees $100/apartment Dodge Durango available for $50/day Beach front studio apartment "Casuarina's Shoreline" available for $150



  • Beds

  • 1 Queen Bed
  • 1 Sofa Bed
  • Features

  • Air Conditioning
  • Deck
  • Linens Provided
  • Parking Included
  • Balcony
  • Full Kitchen
  • Oceanfront
  • Pet Friendly
  • Beach Chairs
  • High Speed Internet
  • Outdoor Shower
  • View (Ocean)
  • Beachfront
  • Appliances

  • Ceiling Fan
  • Hair Dryer
  • Refrigerator (Full)
  • Toaster
  • Charcoal Grill
  • Microwave
  • Stove
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Coffee Maker
  • Oven
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
we have a car available , a dodge Durango .Ask owner for conditions


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