Beaches On Grand Bahama Island

Beaches On Grand Bahama Island

Grand Bahama Island's sprawling reef-protected shoreline and cays are covered with powdery white-sand beaches. Some 90 miles of the southern shore is white-sand beach, punctuated by a number of waterways and more than 50 miles of that is secluded. Each area can claim a favorite: Gold Rock Beach, the star of them all in the east; Paradise Cove Beach, a tiny jewel in the west; Taino Beach, a hub of activities in Lucaya, with a children's playground, nature preserve and bird sanctuary; and Xanadu Beach, a favorite of those who visit Freeport because it's close to the town.

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Types of Beaches in Grand Bahama Island
Secluded Beaches

Secluded

Gold Rock Beach, the island's “welcome mat,” is quite secluded and spectacular. Accessible through the Lucayan National Park, its shoreline extends into the sea at low tide. Fortune Beach in Lucaya, Old Bahama Bay and Paradise Cove in the West are also quiet beaches

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Family Friendly Beaches

Family Friendly

Beaches on Grand Bahama Island's southern shore are child friendly, including Lucayan Beach and Fortune Beach. There is little wave action due to the barrier reef that follows the shoreline.

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Active Beaches

Active

Taino Beach, a popular public beach, is the most active one here, with a playground and water sports as well as food and beverage stands. Paradise Cove Beach, Lucayan Beach and part of Fortune Beach also have activities for their guests.

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