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.

Located on the southwestern coast of the island of North Bimini, near Pigeon Cay, You might want even if you are not staying nearby. Although there are certainly more secluded beaches in the Bahamas than Alice Town Beach, it has just the right amount of private-feel to attract beachgoers.

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.

There is also a concession stand available. You may also have the option to order some food from one of the local vendors who typically set up on this shoreline.

You won't have to worry about finding a bathroom at Alice Town Beach because there are public restrooms. Because Radio Beach is located so close to Alice Town, these shores are among the most popular and crowded beach on Bimini.

Though, be sure to see that while there are definitely some amenities on-site if you go to Alice Town Beach, it will be found inside a major tourist area. Because of this, if you're sure that these amenities affect whether you'll visit, it'll likely be an appropriate motivator to arrive early in the day before most of the crowds fill up or perhaps try a beach further away. If you do not, you possibly run the risk of the amenities being too busy.

What's Nearby

Attractions

This pleasant stretch of sand known as Alice Town Beach is on the South West coast of North Bimini; the area hosts attractions such as Resorts World Bimini Casino, which is only a short distance away, so you may choose to walk to this destination, while some will prefer to take a cab.

If you want to discover more interesting facts about the history of the Bahamas, many sites offer unique historical perspectives on the area. One of the closest attractions of this sort is Shark Mound, which is one of the closest sites of historical significance near Alice Town Beach.

Beaches are one type of attraction you can visit, but there will be more options available in the Bahamas. The table below lists other attractions that are nearby.

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

Whether this spot is full of bodies or practically empty will vary depending on the time of day, particularly in the high season when hotels overflow with tourists. You can typically expect to share the sand with more than a few vacationers who are staying in the area.

You'll find a good number of places to stay a car ride away. A list of the closest possibilities can be viewed in the table below.

Accommodations near Alice Town Beach
Hotel Distance Direction Island Type
Bimini Blue Water Resort 0.1 mi. SSE North Bimini Hotel
Sea Crest Hotel & Marina 0.1 mi. S North Bimini Hotel
Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina 0.1 mi. E North Bimini Hotel
Big John's Hotel 0.2 mi. S North Bimini Hotel
WildQuest 1.2 mi. NE North Bimini Lodge
Thirsty Turtle Yacht Club -- -- South Bimini Hotel
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 this location isn't located in the culinary epicenter of the area, you can still satisfy your hunger, particularly if you're willing to venture a little out of the way. One of the closest places 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 nearby dining options.

Restaurants near Alice Town Beach
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Distance Direction Island
Bimini Big Game Bar and Grill (242) 347-3391 Caribbean 0.1 mi. E North Bimini
Bimini Twist (242) 347-3501 Caribbean, Fusion 2.3 mi. S South Bimini
Mackey's Sand Bar (242) 347-3501 Eclectic 2.3 mi. S South Bimini

Other Beaches

Of course, you'll find plenty of other beaches on North Bimini, so if Alice Town Beach doesn't suit you, you can still find a great spot.

If the vibrant atmosphere of Alice Town Beach is what you're looking for, you'll want to consider checking out Blister Beach, a beach with a similar ambiance. This little piece of paradise offers up a Caribbean dream, from silky sands to warm waves. If it's solitude and tranquility you're seeking, Spook Hill Beach is an area which doesn't host as many visitors. It is located just a little ways away.

You may also enjoy Radio Beach, which is located only a short distance away.

Of course, the Bahamas has hundreds of natural wonders to discover, but taking a swim at Alice Town Beach is certainly a fun way to enjoy the area's natural attractions.

 

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