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Bahamas Beaches

The following are some of the most popular beaches in Bahamas.

Paradise Beach

Since this is one of the most popular beaches located on Paradise Island, it may be difficult to visit it during certain times of the year. People staying at the Atlantis Hotel have unrestricted access to Paradise Beach. Bahamian residents can visit certain sections of the beach anytime of the year. Small huts are located throughout the beach to provide a spot for people to escape the sun, eat lunch, or change their clothes. Tourists spending the day on Paradise Island can visit other beaches in the surrounding area.

Cabbage Beach

More people visit this beach than any other beach on Paradise Island. Although this beach is crowded, it is still a great beach to spend time on. There are no public bathrooms or buildings to change clothes in, but patrons of stores or restaurants situated on the beach can use the restrooms. Tourists visiting the beach with their kids might find it advantageous to eat lunch at one of the beachfront restaurants to be able to utilize the restrooms.

Western Esplanade

Western Esplanade is one of the premier beaches close to Nassau. It is within walking distance of downtown Nassau. Bahaman residents often call the beach Junkanoo Beach. There are restaurants, changing rooms, and public bathrooms located on this beach.

Caves Beach

The secluded Caves Beach is also not far from Nassau. Since fewer people know about this beach, the crowds here are smaller. However, tourists visiting this beach should be aware that there are no public bathrooms or changing rooms on the beach.

Cable Beach

Beachgoers interested in being near casinos, bars, and stores should spend time on New Providence Islandís 4 mile long Cable Beach. Many families decide to vacation here since there are numerous restaurants, hotels, and bathrooms available for tourists on the beach.


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