Cable Beach in Nassau is arguably one of the most popular on the Island. It's home to some of our favorite all-inclusive beach resorts —including the newly opened Baha Mar—and is near plenty of restaurants and beachside shops.
Love Beach is located about 20 minutes from downtown Nassau and has a different vibe than the bustle of Cable Beach. Love Beach is on the north side of New Providence Island and is close to 40 stunning acres of protected coral. This is a great place to try some snorkeling!
This beach is located east of Goodman's Bay, about 20 minutes from Lynden Pindling International Airport—in case you want to fit in one last swim before your departure! This beach, like most Bahamas beaches, offers pristine white sand and a beautiful view. Expect to see more people here on weekends and holidays, as this is a popular beach for locals.
This Nassau beach is nearest to the cruise ship port and there’s almost always something going on! Dotted with colorful beachfront shacks offering refreshments and wares, and within walking distance to Nassau’s famed Straw Market, Junkanoo Beach has everything you need for a fun-loving beach day in The Bahamas.
At historic Fort Montagu, east of downtown Nassau, you’ll find Montagu Beach. This is one of the smaller beaches in New Providence but it’s a popular spot for locals to relax on a lunch break, enjoy a picnic, or simply enjoy the sun and sand.
Cave Beach is close to Cable Beach but in many respects feels like it’s a world away. Named for the limestone caves that run along the beach’s edge, this small white sand respite is a taste of a private paradise.
Jaws Beach and Clifton Heritage Park
Clifton Heritage Park is a protected area on the western side of New Providence that offers beautiful nature hikes, some historic ruins, and breathtaking beaches, including Jaws Beach. Jaws Beach is named after the famous shark movie that was filmed here, and while it's unlikely you'll see sharks here, the coral reef just offshore house an abundant array of fish and marine life.
Beaches in Paradise Island