Little Harbour is a secluded and tranquil, picturesque community with protected
anchorage and an interesting deserted lighthouse on the northeast side. A beautiful sandy
beach runs around the harbour which usually holds quite an interesting array of boats.
North Beach has an incredible coral reef to explore and rock cliffs form caves on he
western side of the harbour. The fishing is excellent and the bight is an ideal area for
Little Harbour is the site of Pete's Pub, one of the most laid-back, islandy pubs
you'll ever see. The Pub is actually fashioned out of the pilot house and deck house of
the sailing ship "Langosta", one of the Johnston family's original live-aboards.
Little Harbour is also home to Pete Johnston and his Gallery, Studio and Foundry. Pete is
the son of the internationally acclaimed bronze & wood sculptor, Randolph Johnston and
carries on his father's tradition admirably. Pete's Pub and its owner's sculpture are
about as genuine and unique as it ever gets. Uncrowded even by Abacos standards, Little
Harbour, Pete Johnston's Gallery & Foundry and Pete's Pub make the boat ride of about
40 minutes definitely worth the trip. Today, the Johnston Studios, Foundry and Art Museum
are open to the public. Here you can find works by Randolph Johnston, Pete Johnston, Bob
Zwickel and John Bredin, among others.