The Islands of the Bahamas
Long Island is located in the south-east Bahamas and is approximately 60 miles long, and is also narrow - no more than 4 miles at its widest point. It is indeed a land of contrasts in geography, architecture and enterprise.
The terrain of Long Island, Bahamas varies from sloping hills in the northeast to low hillsides in the south fading into stark white flatlands where salt is produced; from swampland to beautiful beaches. One of the most scenic hideaways in The Bahamas, it is divided by the Tropic of Cancer and bordered by two very different coasts, one with soft-white, broad beaches and the other rocky headlands that descend suddenly into the rolling sea.