On a small island in between North and South Bimini Islands, Radio Beach serves the resorts and villas that are located right on the island with it.
Situated on the island of North Bimini, near Pigeon Cay, You should think about stopping by whether or not you're staying in the vicinity. Although Radio Beach is not the most secluded beach in the Bahamas, it has the right combination of city atmosphere and natural beauty to attract visitors who need a place to relax.
Radio Beach is within the Southern extreme of Alice Town, and is accessible by the Queen's Highway.
Despite its build up and proximity to several accommodations, Radio Beach is able to stay pretty free of crowds throughout the year. Thanks to the sheer size of the beach, guests should have no problem staking out their own spot of sand.
Of course, you could always try the shoreside restaurant right on Radio Beach, which is the ultimate convenience for beachgoers. There are a lot of dining experiences that vacationers can enjoy in the Bahamas, but dining at the beach can be a particularly memorable one. With this in mind, you might ask your hotel if they offer to pack picnic lunches for their guests. Or, on your way to the beach you could grab some carry-out from a casual dining spot.
This beach has public restrooms——something you'll appreciate if you spend more than a couple of hours here.
Don't forget that the immediate vicinity around Radio Beach is a popular spot, meaning the availability of certain facilities is likely to be affected.
Radio Beach is on the South West coast of North Bimini; the area is home to other attractions such as, which is two miles away.
Historic attractions, including, offer a nice compliment to a soothing day at Radio Beach, and provide beachgoers with the opportunity to learn about The Bahamas' past, without having to go too far from the 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||2.1 mi.||NE||North Bimini|
|Historical Site||3.0 mi.||ENE||North Bimini|
The popularity of this spot on any given day can vary, depending on time of day, season, and how packed the nearby hotels are. The area does not have very many large hotels, but it's often visited by guests staying at smaller lodgings in the area.
There is a decent assortment of rooming options to pick from in the area surrounding the beach. The most convenient of which are shown in the table below.
|Sea Crest Hotel & Marina||0.1 mi.||E||North Bimini||Hotel|
|0.1 mi.||E||North Bimini||Hotel|
|Big John's Hotel||0.1 mi.||S||North Bimini||Hotel|
|Bimini Big Game Club Resort & Marina||0.3 mi.||NE||North Bimini||Hotel|
|Thirsty Turtle Yacht Club||--||--||South Bimini||Hotel|
|Wild Quest||1.3 mi.||NE||North Bimini||Resort|
|Bimini Bay Resort||2.1 mi.||NE||North Bimini||Resort|
|Bimini Sands Beach Club||2.2 mi.||S||South Bimini||Resort|
Though you'll be hard-pressed to find many dining options nearby, you can still satisfy your hunger, particularly if you're willing to drive or bike a few miles. 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.
A list of nearby restaurants is shown in the table below.
|Bimini Big Game Bar and Grill||(242) 347-3391||Caribbean||0.3 mi.||NE||North Bimini|
|Bimini Twist||--||Caribbean, Fusion||2.2 mi.||S||South Bimini|
|Mackey's Sand Bar||(242) 347-3500||Eclectic||2.2 mi.||S||South Bimini|
There are other beaches on North Bimini you might like besides Radio Beach.
Another sun-drenched spot to consider is Shell Beach, which is located a mile and a half to the south.
The Bahamas offers endless ways to discover its natural beauty, and paying a visit to Radio Beach is just one way you can spend your afternoon.
Help us improve! We welcome your corrections and suggestions.