Nassau Beaches

Nassau on New Providence Island is home to some spectacular beaches. Cable Beach is spotted with premier resorts, and the public areas remain popular on the weekends with the locals, making it easy to meet fun people who know a lot about local attractions. Parts of Cable Beach are characterized by strong waves crashing over underlying sharp rocks. It is a beautiful and temperamental beach area. The Western Esplanade, also known as Junkanoo Beach, is considered by many to be the primary beach at Nassau. It has soft, fine sand, and conveniently placed snack bars, public restrooms and changing areas. It is a popular beach because it is within walking distance from many fast food restaurants and all the attractions of the nearby metro area. Saunders Beach is a great place to take a picnic lunch, visit nearby Fort Charlotte, and spend the day in the sand. Weekends are busy but weekdays are surprisingly tranquil and serene. The Atlantis Beach is a private stretch of oceanfront property rated by travel gurus as one of the top ten beach locations on the planet. Access is granted to patrons of the Atlantis or the Comfort Suites hotel; the sand is pure white and the beach is very well maintained.

Beaches located in Nassau County Long Island, New York

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