Bahamas Beaches, among the best beaches on the Planet are scattered all over the islands. Bahamas is a country of 700 islands of which many are uninhabited and few are big, populated and important from the tourism point of view. I am going to enumerate a few of the beaches.
Cable Beach on Providence Island Bahamas
This beach is located in New Providence Island. It is a 4 mile stretch of great beach. The most important about Cable beach is the easy access to all kind of shops, restaurants, hotels and casinos. It is a very busy strip.
The Bahamas north of the Island of Cuba
This is a public beach east of Cable Beach towards the center of Nassau. You may find here and in Saunders Beach that they make some fundraising cookouts. Be prepared to meet the vendors that sell fish, chicken, conch and many Bahamian delicacies. Enjoy all this at the sound of Reggae Music.
Cat Island Bahamas with spectacular beaches
Cat Island Bahamas features while sand exotic beaches shaded by coconut palms, casuarinas trees and palmettos. One of the beaches Old Bight is a curved beach with powder sand and north.
This beach is usually very quiet and sometimes you’ll find that you own the beach. The beaches on Cat Island do not offer beach facilities. You’ll have to come prepared from your hotel. This is the price to pay for pure silence and seclusion.
Stocking Island is part of the Exuma Bahamas
This is one of the finest of the Bahamas Beaches, located in the Exumas, near Elizabeth Harbour, the main harbor of the country. It is also near the little capital town of George Town. You can reach the isle by boat. It is great for Caribbean Snorkeling and Diving in the crystal clear waters. This island is also well known for its blue holes, underwater caves, and coral gardens.
Xanadu Beach on the Island of Grand Bahama
It is located in Grand Bahama. This long stretch of white sand beach is accessible by shuttle to the guests of the Freeport Bahamas Resorts. The swim is great and sometimes gentle surf. Even though this beach is not so crowded you may move in either direction and find more quiet spots.
Pink Sand Beach
the whole length of Harbour Island featuring pink sands and just a few hotels
and villas. The place is very safe for swimming
Located east of Cable Beach is a beach frequented by locals. It can be a lot of fun. This beach is located across from Port Charlotte.
Saddle Cay in Exuma Bahamas
Exuma Bahamas are round shaded islands strung one to another as a chain.
But this beach, Saddle Cay has a horseshoe shape. It can be reached only by boat. Once there you’ll be glad you came, because you’ll find no trace of civilization.
Is one of the best beaches in the entire area. It
is mainly for guests of the Atlantis Resort.
Is located in the Abacos. It is isolated and difficult to reach and only a few people visit it. You have to walk or rent a bike to get there.
West of Cable Beach is a public beach which is less crowded. It has no facilities but it’s worth trying.
Ten Bay Beach
Lies on the island of Eleuthera near Palmetto Point north of Savannah Sound. The waters and sands are idyllic.
Western Esplanade aka Junkanoo Beach near Nassau
It is also
called Junkanoo Beach. It is near Nassau and is very convenient to those
staying at nearby hotels. It has a narrow strip of sand and many changing and
It stands near Rock Point, west of Nassau along the road that leads to the airport. It is little known, so it is a good place to escape the crowds. There are no facilities, but the beach is great.
Cave Beach Bahamas the right place for peace and quiet
If you are one of the lucky tourists to come to the Bahamas Beaches, you’ll enjoy every minute spent on the Islands.
Images are courtesy of Bahamas Tourism Website