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On average, The Bahamas enjoys 300 sunny days a year, with water temperatures around 80 degrees – absolutely perfect conditions for experiencing our miles of beautiful beaches. Powdery white sand and sparkling turquoise waters stretch as far as the eye can see, and calm, shallow coastal waters are perfect for splashing, snorkeling, and sailing.

These brilliant blue hues need to be seen to be believed. In fact, they’re truly out of this world: just ask Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield. When asked about the views from the International Space Station, he said “The most beautiful to me are The Bahamas, the vast glowing reefs of every shade of blue that exists.” 

An aerial view of Nassau Paradise Island

“The most beautiful to me are The Bahamas, the vast glowing reefs of every shade of blue that exists.”

Chris Hadfield,
Canadian Astronaut

A Room With a View

Start your day with a barefoot beach walk, coffee in hand. Admire sunset views from your balcony overlooking the sugar-fine white sands and crystal-clear waters. Many of Nassau Paradise Island’s renowned resorts and intimate hideaways are beachfront properties, or located a short stroll away from the sand. No matter where you stay with us in Paradise, it’s mere minutes before you’ll see for yourself why our beaches are some of the most beloved in the world.

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Beach chairs on Jaws Beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Jaws Beach

Clifton Heritage Park is a protected area on the western side of New Providence that offers...
A couple on Cabbage Beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Cabbage Beach

Paradise Island
This two-mile stretch of white sand and warm turquoise waters is arguably one of the world's most...
Beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Saunders Beach

Downtown Nassau
This beach is located east of Goodman's Bay, about 20 minutes from Lynden Pindling International...
A couple with a palm tree on a beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Arawak Cay

Downtown Nassau
Not to be confused with the popular Fish Fry of the same name, Arawak Beach is located on the...
Cave Beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Cave Beach

Cable Beach, Nassau
Cave Beach is close to Cable Beach but in many respects feels like it’s a world away. Named for the...
A long stretch of beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Paradise Beach

Paradise Island
This mile-long haven of white sand and turquoise water is located on Paradise Island. It’s a great...
A couple with snorkel gear on the beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Love Beach

Downtown Nassau
Love Beach is located about 20 minutes from downtown Nassau and has a different vibe than the bustle...
A couple walking on Cable Beach in Nassau Paradise Island

Cable Beach

Cable Beach, Nassau
A beautiful setting complete with impeccable sand and clear waters. A number of upscale resorts line...
A couple walking along Fort Montagu Beach in Nassau

Montagu Beach

Downtown Nassau
At historic Fort Montagu, east of downtown Nassau, you’ll find Montagu Beach. This is one of the...
A couple sits on a hammock at Junkanoo beach in The Bahamas.

Junkanoo Beach

Downtown Nassau
This Nassau beach is nearest to the cruise ship port and there’s almost always something going on...
The pool at Cove Resort in Nassau Paradise Island

Cove Beach

Paradise Island
Cove Beach is marked by palm trees and serene waters. It’s a tranquil stretch of white sand located...