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Although it has a limited sand bank, Loop View provides opportunity to wade. It is a beautiful beach with great picture opportunities.
Linked by a small bridge to the Sandyport development west of Cable Beach. There is great swimming and the beach is usually very secluded.
Saunders Beach is located across from Fort Charlotte. It is a favorite of the locals and is often the backdrop for cookouts and festive events in the area which are open to all visitors. Tourists planning on visiting this beach should be aware that there are no public toilet facilities.
The white sand, crystal blue waters and convenient location on Paradise Island make Cabbage Beach the most popular beach in Nassau. The beach stretches about two miles and water sport activities are readily available from vendors located on the beach.
Nassau, Bahamas (1.07 mi miles away)
Beautiful waters and sand, just west of Cable beach. A fantastic beach to spend the day if you are trying to avoid the crowds and want something more secluded.
Nassau, Bahamas (2.11 mi miles away)
Near downtown Nassau - a great place to taste the true culture of the bahamas. Find delicious seafood restaurants and enjoy popular nightlife spots.
Nassau, Bahamas (2.44 mi miles away)
A crescent shaped beach that lies almost directly in the northern point of the island, to the right of the Breezes Resort. A favorite beach-spot of islanders, it attracts many tourists as well thanks to its beautiful white sand and inviting clear blue water.
Nassau, Bahamas (2.86 mi miles away)
The promenade is a popular hangout in the evenings, on weekends and public holidays. Right next to the beach, fresh seafood, fruits and vegetables are sold year round.
Nassau, Bahamas (3.47 mi miles away)
Located on the main hotel strip of New Providence Island - more commonly known as Nassau Bahamas - Cable beach is one of the two most popular beach spots on the island. It is a public beach enjoyed by locals, cruise ship visitors, and hotel guests alike.