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 island of North Bimini, near Pigeon Cay, You should consider dropping by regardless of whether you're staying nearby. Travelers who prefer walking over driving to their next destination will like how easy it is to reach Alice Town Beach. It's within walking distance of so many hotels and activities, and isn't far from the center of the city's action.
Vacationers staying in Alice Town can conveniently access the beautiful Radio Beach, which runs alongside the town.
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.
The concession stand on-site could come in handy, even if you plan to have lunch elsewhere. On some days, it may be possible to order lunch from one of the local vendors who typically set up shop here.
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.
Even so, you will need to keep in mind that while there are luckily a few comforts on location at Alice Town Beach, it will be found within an area popular for visitors. With that fact in mind, if your ideal vacation means the amenities influence your decision, it will be a good reason to come in the morning before most of the other people show up or going to a beach elsewhere. Otherwise, you could lose the chance to fully enjoy all the amenities which the beach has for its guests.
This beach is positioned on the South West coast of North Bimini; the area hosts attractions such as, which is two miles away.
If you want to learn more about the history of the Bahamas, many sites offer unique historical perspectives on the area. For instance, nearby is, which is one of the closest places of historical interest near Alice Town Beach.
If you can't wait to see as many of The Bahamas' attractions as possible, you'll find the closest ones in the following table.
|Casino||2.0 mi.||NE||North Bimini|
|Historical Site||2.9 mi.||ENE||North Bimini|
Whether or not you encounter many other people will be influenced by everything from the time of day to the capacity of nearby hotels. There are not many large hotels nearby, but you may see visitors from smaller accommodations in the area.
You'll find a decent number of hotel rooms which can be reached in the car. A list of the closest choices are displayed in the list below.
|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|
|Wild Quest||1.2 mi.||NE||North Bimini||Resort|
|Thirsty Turtle Yacht Club||--||--||South Bimini||Hotel|
|Bimini Bay Resort||2.0 mi.||NE||North Bimini||Resort|
|Bimini Sands Beach Club||2.3 mi.||S||South Bimini||Resort|
Though the area surrounding Alice Town Beach isn't exactly a culinary hot spot, you can still find some interesting eateries, especially if you are willing to venture a little farther away. 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.
A list of nearby restaurants is provided in the following table.
|Bimini Big Game Bar and Grill||(242) 347-3391||Caribbean||0.1 mi.||E||North Bimini|
|Bimini Twist||--||Caribbean, Fusion||2.3 mi.||S||South Bimini|
|Mackey's Sand Bar||(242) 347-3500||Eclectic||2.3 mi.||S||South Bimini|
Of course, there are lots of other spots along the coast of North Bimini, so Alice Town Beach is not your only option.
If the active mood at Alice Town Beach is what you're looking for, you'll want to consider checking out Blister Beach, another destination with a good amount of excitement. This little piece of paradise offers up a Caribbean dream, from silky sands to warm waves. However, if you're looking to enjoy a quieter scene, Spook Hill Beach is a beach secluded from lots of tourists and buildings. You'll find it just a short distance away.
You may also enjoy Radio Beach, located only a short distance away.
While the Bahamas has many alluring attractions, Alice Town Beach is both a refreshing place to relax, and a beautiful natural attraction.
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