Located on the northern side of Paradise Island, this stretch of white powdery sand is held to be the most aesthetically ... More
Located on the northern side of Paradise Island, this stretch of white powdery sand is held to be the most aesthetically pleasing of its kind on the island. Guests from the adjacent hotels and resorts come to enjoy waterskiing, parasailing, and other water sports. Though the beach is lined with numerous hotels, the eastern end remains uninhabited for the most part. The famous statues at Versailles Garden are just a few blocks south.
Ask the locals where the snorkling cove at the east end of cabbage beach.
there is a big rock at eastern end of cabbage beach there are a lot of colorful fish around the cove under the rock. you need to walk about 2 mile on the cabbage beach from Atlantis to the snorkling cove. There is not much shade around and make sure you put on a lot of sunscreen
Short ride to the beach from ship. One of the nicest beaches i have been to. The sand is perfect,the water is bluer than blue,and had a lot of fun in the waves.All you can drink for 10 bucks. Very friendly locals. Every thing you would want on a vacation.
beautiful beach - can walk to get food or use bathroom at local hotel. only problem - locals won't leave you alone selling their goods. really got very annoying. you can't be nice and say "no thank you" - they don't get it. bugged us all day to braid our hair, sell us t shirts, necklaces etc. if you like, you can rent beach chairs from them - we got 2 for 15.00 but the guy kept our 20 dollar bill saying "tip for me". oh well. other good thing if you like to drink - all the rum you can drink all day for 10 dollars - out of a real coconut! they mix it with various mixers, or you can just go virgin and drink fruit punch. only place to get water or soft drinks would be the nearest hotel - part of the atlantis i think. we got there by taking a cab form the cruise ship dock - 3 dollars a person. much cheaper deal than the shore excursions the ship was selling.
I visited Cabbage Beach before there was a bridge to Paradise Island. I've traveled to many beaches worldwide - nothing has ever compared to Cabbage Beach. It is "PERFECT" in every sense of the word. I will never forget it's beauty and I've longed to be there over and over. There are really no words to describe its beauty.
"Cousy".....the bartender, Miami Vice made with Nassau Rum Liquer.....yeah mon. The white sand, crystal clear warm water, loving sun, comfy chair, jet skiing, and truly nice people. Traveled by myself, single female....what a blast!
This beach is on Paradise Island in the Bahamas right next to the Atlantis Resort. You have to go over the bridge or take a water ferry from New Providence Island, Nassau. The beach and water are fantastic. The atmosphere is wonderful. The locals sell drinks using real coconuts as the cup, all you can drink for $10 (with or without alcohol). You should visit this beach when you are in Nassau.
The Breezes Bahamas All Inclusive is accessible from the Nassau International Airport. The local attractions include Cable Beach, Cable Beach
Golf Club, and the Cabbage Beach.The hotel offers services like Internet access in the lobby, complimentary weddings, banquet/conference rooms, ...
Find information on any of Nassau's attractions, as well as attractions on other islands. Restaurant and hotel info can also
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