The beaches of Freeport are crowded by cruise ship passengers hoping to pass few shore hours relaxing on some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. How you want to spend your time will heavily dictate which beaches you choose. For example, for a busy, party atmosphere, pick a beach baked by a resort. If you're looking for something a bit cozier and quieter, Gold Rock Beach is the spot for you.
There are a handful of beaches to consider visiting in the area. Just click on the name of the beach for a detailed guide to that section of the coast.
Coral Beach: Several roads off Royal Palm Way lead to Coral Beach, all of which begin with the word "Sea." These include Sea Fan Lane, Sea Gate Lane, Sea Biscuit Lane, and Sea Shell Lane.
A second location that beach-goers can consider is Xanadu Beach. Located on the southernmost part of the island, the beach can be accessed by taking Dundee Bay Dr from Pinta Ave in southern Freeport. From Dundee Bay Dr there is public parking off to the left after crossing the bridge.
East Palm Beach: This beach is in William's town, where its immediate surroundings are not nearly as urbanized as those on surrounding beaches (Xanadu to the west and Lucayan to the east), making East Palm a nice quiet spot without being too far away from the excitement of Freeport.
The beaches in Freeport are displayed in the table below.
|Bahama Princess Beach||3.0 mi. South West of Central Freeport||South West|
|Coral Beach||William's Town, Southeastern part of Freeport||South West|
|East Palm Beach||Southern part of Freeport||South West|
|1.7 mi. South of Central Freeport||South West|
|William's Town Beach||William's Town Beach, Southern part of Freeport||South West|
|Xanadu Beach||Xanadu Beach, Southwestern part of Freeport||South West|
Keep in mind that Freeport is home to additional attractions. To read about other other attractions for Freeport, go to this article.
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