Beaches on Paradise Island

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From the "Average Joe" to the rich and the famous, people from all walks of life have been spotted on the dazzlingly white shores of Paradise Island.   While those staying at the massive Atlantis Paradise Island Resort make up a good majority of the beachgoers, even tourists staying in Nassau and Cable Beach will make the drive over the bridge just to dip their toes in these bright blue waters.  

Pick Your Ideal Beach

You will discover a large selection of beaches to consider visiting on the island. Whether you prefer people watching, or you prefer a more secluded spot, you can find a beach that appeals to you. You can click on the name of each beach for more detail concerning that part of the coast.

Paradise Beach

If you are hoping to snorkel, a place with that option is Casuarina Beach. Stunning pink sands and aquamarine waters typify Casuarina Beach. Just off shore is a patch of reef where visitors can swim with parrotfish and turtles.

Another place for beach-goers to consider is Pirates Cove Beach. You don't need to be hunting for buried treasure or wearing an eye patch to enjoy a day at Pirates Cove Beach. Instead, this is a popular spot on the small Staniel Cay for hiking and sunbathing.

Colonial Beach: This pearly white stretch of sand runs along the eastern peninsula of Paradise Island, across the harbor from downtown Nassau. Rather than looking back over the harbor, though, the beach is buffered from the city by a forested area, and instead looks out over the vast Atlantic.

The beaches on Paradise Island are displayed here:

Beaches On Paradise Island
Name Location Coast
Arawak Beach 3.1 mi. East of Central downtown Nassau South East
Cabbage Beach Central Paradise Island South
Casuarina Beach Central Paradise Island North West
Colonial Beach 0.7 mi. North-Northwest of Central downtown Nassau North West
Honeymoon Cove Beach 1.9 mi. East of Central Potters Cay South East
Paradise Beach Central Paradise Island South West
Pirates Cove Beach Central Paradise Island South West
Snorkeler's Cove Beach 1.7 mi. East-Northeast of Central Potters Cay South East

Bear in mind that Paradise Island is home to other attraction types. Anyone who needs to can get more details concerning other attractions by clicking on this link.

 

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