Alice Town Beach

Radio Beach is the only beach on Bimini with public facilities, which include toilets, vendors, and snack bars. Though it's the most popular beach in Bimini, there are still plenty of quiet spots for sunbathing with a book in hand.

Positioned on the southwestern side of the island of North Bimini, near Pigeon Cay, You should consider stopping by even if you aren't staying very close. The beaches found throughout the Bahamas tend to be pretty quiet, but at Alice Town Beach your experience will be different.

How to Access The Beach
Vacationers staying in Alice Town can conveniently access the beautiful Radio Beach, which runs alongside the town.

Amenities and Ambiance

The powdery sands of Radio Beach are opposite the piers and wharves of Alice Town. The water is remarkably clear, but the waves can sometimes be a bit rough on this part of the island, so use caution when getting into the water.

Many visitors find themselves ordering a drink or snack from the concessions here, even if they move off-site for lunch. You may also have the option to order some food from one of the mobile vendors who set up shop at the beach.

For your convenience, restrooms are available at Alice Town Beach. Because Radio Beach is located so close to Alice Town, these shores are among the most popular and crowded beach on Bimini.

You should remember that the immediate vicinity around Alice Town Beach is visited by quite a number of tourists, meaning you may find many people vying for the use of the same amenities.

What's Nearby

Attractions

Positioned on the South West coast of North Bimini; this area boasts other attractions such as Resorts World Bimini Casino, which is pretty close, so some will want to take a cab, while others will find it a nice walk.

If you want to learn more about the history of the Bahamas, there are lots of sites which offer a historic look at the nation. For instance, some visitors enjoy Shark Mound, which is one of the countries more interesting locations with historical significance.

Beaches are nice for a few hours here and there, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The following chart includes some other attractions close-by.

Activities and Attractions Near Alice Town Beach
Attraction Type Distance Direction Island
Resorts World Bimini Casino Casino 2.0 mi. NE North Bimini
Shark Mound Historical Site 2.9 mi. ENE North Bimini

Hotels

The crowdedness of the shoreline can vary widely, depending on time of day, season, and how packed the nearby hotels are. You can typically expect to see a fair amount of vacationers who are staying in the area.

Vacationers will find a fairly good range of hotels and resorts to choose from in the area that surrounds Alice Town Beach. The closest of which are listed in the table that follows.

Accommodations near Alice Town Beach
Hotel Distance Direction Island Type
Sea Crest Hotel & Marina 0.1 mi. S North Bimini Hotel
Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina 0.1 mi. E North Bimini Hotel
WildQuest 1.2 mi. NE North Bimini Lodge
Bimini Bay Resort 2.0 mi. NE North Bimini Resort
Hilton at Resorts World Bimini 2.2 mi. NE North Bimini Hotel
Bimini Sands Beach Club 2.3 mi. S South Bimini Resort

Food

Though you'll be hard-pressed to find many dining options nearby, you'll probably still spot a few places to try, particularly if you're prepared to venture a little out of the way. The closest places to grab a bite to eat is Bimini Big Game Bar and Grill, which is a delicious choice during or after a day at the beach.

The following table lists dining options located near this beach.

Restaurants near Alice Town Beach
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Style Distance Direction
Bimini Big Game Bar and Grill (242) 347-3391 Caribbean Very Casual 0.1 mi. E
Stuart's Conch Stand (242) 347-2474 Bahamian, Caribbean Very Casual 1.1 mi. NE

Other Beaches

There are multiple beaches to discover on North Bimini, of course, so Alice Town Beach is just one of your options.

You may also like Blister Beach, where there's usually lots of activity. This little piece of paradise offers up a Caribbean dream, from silky sands to warm waves. If you'd rather try a more private, less popular location, consider Spook Hill Beach. It is located only a short distance away.

Another location you may want to try is Radio Beach, which is located within a couple of miles.

There are plenty of natural wonders to behold in the Bahamas, and paying a visit to Alice Town Beach is just one way you can spend your afternoon.

 

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