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Cat Island

Cat Island is quiet and unassuming, but it has treasures to offer. Cat Island offers visitors a serene and unspoiled getaway, with stunning beaches, lush landscapes, and opportunities for outdoor activities.

One of the highlights of Cat Island is its gorgeous beaches. The island is home to miles of pristine white sand beaches, fringed by turquoise waters. Popular beaches include Greenwood Beach, Pigeon Cay Beach, and Fernandez Bay. These beaches offer a peaceful setting for swimming, sunbathing, and beachcombing.

Cat Island is also known for its natural landmarks and scenic spots. Mount Alvernia, also known as Como Hill, is the highest point in the Bahamas, rising 206 feet above sea level. At the summit, you'll find The Hermitage, a small stone monastery built by Father Jerome, a Catholic priest, in the 1930s. The Hermitage offers panoramic views of the island and is a popular spot for visitors.

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