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  • 5/5 Todd A. 1 year ago on Google
    The beach is 5 stars. The water is beautiful. There are portable toilets at the beach with hand washing stations. The vendors selling their goods are respectful and if you say no they will pass on. We are experienced cruisers and the island experience. We expected to pay for chairs. I wanted to rate the vendor experience as 4.5 however I need to rate it as a 3. When we arrived we were greeted with vendors trying to rent chairs and umbrellas for $60. We easily negotiated to $40 just a little more then Myrtle Beach. The same person offers a drink package for unlimited all day for $40. We gave a $10 tip. Drinks were good until about 11:30 when they packed up and left. So my point is it is a great beach and choose your vendors carefully. Some have a more legitimate setup. Buy from them!
    13 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 R. Eric F. 2 years ago on Google
    Great little public beach near Atlantis. Gorgeous, clear, blue water. Plenty of locals selling drinks, jet ski rides, and renting chairs and umbrellas. Total fun for family and friends.
    10 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 Haley M. 1 year ago on Google
    The beach itself was absolutely beautiful! The locals are constantly trying to sell you something. It's very difficult to relax. Great view, just very very expensive! If you go, bring a drink with you because a drink there was $30!
    7 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Marie B. 2 years ago on Google
    The most beautiful beach on the island. This beach is the perfect place to go to if you and your person just want to relax and have a great time on your own. You are likely to find a nice little spot where you guys will feel like you’re the only one on the beach. Enjoy the water and the views and the company! Cheers! πŸ’ƒπŸΌπŸ₯‚
    5 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 alfahad91 7 months ago on Google
    Incredible beach! You can easily find a secluded area to enjoy the crystal clear water and clean sandy beaches by your self … or join the busier sections of the beach with jet skis etc. there is free parking nearby.
    4 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Kaiya D. 5 months ago on Google
    SO pretty! We asked about the rentals and it was $15/chair and $20 for an umbrella. Bit pricey for us but probably well worth it if you spend the whole day. Our taxi dropped us off by the paradise restaurant/resort or something entrance. It wasn’t crowded at all! The vendors selling water sports/braids don’t harass you at all and are very friendly!
    4 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Gopal B. 1 year ago on Google
    A picturesque beach. Blue colour of the water is mesmerizing. A real holiday destinations for families and friends. Cabbage beach is situated in Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. A renowned tourist destination for its blue water sea and it's ancient history. Wish to visit Nassau again.
    3 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Pete T. 1 year ago on Google
    Absolutely gorgeous beach: white sand, crystalline water, and small crowds. Chairs, umbrellas, and watersports available for a fee. No food or drinks available on the beach, to keep the beach clean, but they can be purchased from the convenience store a short walk away.
    2 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 2/5 A F. 2 months ago on Google New
    I recently visited Cabbage Beach in the Bahamas, and my experience was a mix of beauty and discomfort. The stunning white sand and beautiful blue water provided a picturesque setting, but unfortunately, the persistent harassment from local vendors cast a shadow over the overall enjoyment of the day. Upon our arrival, we were immediately approached by locals trying to sell alcohol and souvenirs. While their intentions may have been to make a living, the constant pressure and persistence became overwhelming. Despite politely declining their offers and expressing that we would let them know if we needed anything, the vendors continued to approach us, creating a somewhat uneasy atmosphere. To add to the discomfort, the beach chair rental experience was less than satisfactory. The locals offered us beach chairs for $25, which seemed steep considering the poor quality of the chairs. The chairs appeared dirty and worn, prompting us to decline the rental and opt to sit directly on the sand instead. Despite these challenges, the natural beauty of Cabbage Beach was undeniable. The pristine white sand and clear blue water were a sight to behold, and the potential for a relaxing day was certainly present. However, the constant harassment from the vendors and the subpar beach chair options ultimately led us to cut our visit short. In conclusion, Cabbage Beach has the potential to be a beautiful and enjoyable destination, but visitors should be prepared for persistent vendor interactions and substandard beach chair offerings. If you can overlook these challenges, the natural beauty of the beach may make it worth a visit. However, for those seeking a more peaceful and hassle-free experience, it might be worth exploring alternative beach options in the Bahamas.
    2 people found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Coco E. 1 year ago on Google
    Love this beach, we had so much fun the water was ruff but it was wonderful jet ski etc. I made friends for a day and had a blast. The guys on the beach selling drinks are a bit full of it.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 Samantha C. 3 months ago on Google New
    It's popular, but not crowded. It's not especially relaxing, though. You're constantly getting asked if you want to buy or rent something. It's a beautiful beach and worth visiting. But if you're looking to just relax and lounge, stick to your hotel/resort.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 3/5 Andreea A. 4 months ago on Google
    Very strong waves, not the best beach to snorkel as is dangerous. Also not relaxing due to the guys all the time insisting in getting a drink/ an umbrella/ a jetsky.. I found they very intrusive
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Nancy A. 4 months ago on Google
    Best beach to see sunrise at winter time. Just lookup the time of sunrise and go there at least a half hour before beautiful... Get hair braided and beaded while sipping on unlimited rum coconut drink for the day. And then have a spa session with deeptissuemassage right on the beach.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 4/5 Penny K. 2 months ago on Google New
    The entrances to the beach are a little rough to walk on but once you get down to the beach there will be some locals asking if you want a drink or rent a chair etc this was the only time they bothered us at all. We also walked quite a bit down the beach where its a little less wavy and no locals trying to sell you anything. The waves were big but the water was beautiful and great for swimming. The sand was soft and beautiful almost like sugar. we had a free shuttle from out hotel to here but it is also walkable from most hotels in the area. The Rui hotel is right on this beach if you want to be closer.
    1 person found this review helpful πŸ‘

  • 5/5 Stephen B. 1 month ago on Google New
    Walked to this lovely spot from the Atlantis Resort. Someone pointed out the awkward and unmarked access point near Casino Dr and Lakeview Dr. Upon arrival at the beach, several locals made a quick pitch for chairs and alcohol but we passed as we were just there for a short time to take pics and walk a bit.

  • 5/5 Julie H. 8 months ago on Google
    White sands and clear, turquoise waters (just no fish to see unlike Jaws Beach). This is a free public beach that you can access by Cabbage Beach Bistro and Marketplace (NOT open Fri-Sun). If you enter here, it’s very peaceful and not too busy.

  • 5/5 Tammy O. 10 months ago on Google
    We enjoyed this beach twice over February break while in Nassau. Absolutely beautiful. It is super busy where the cruise tourists go but up the beach more is peaceful. The guy selling conch shells is just trying to get your attention haha! Enjoy!

  • 5/5 Alex J. 8 months ago on Google
    Awesome Beach if you're heading a little to the east to get loose from the crowded entrance with lots of hotel guests and promotors, who are trying to sell you alcohol. The beach is very clean, white sand and best water. Better bring your own chairs and umbrellas with you, otherwise you get caught from the promotors. Little thing to add: there are not many parking spaces, if you're heading there during the day. But when the promotors are gone approximately after 4pm the parking situation gets better.

  • 5/5 keyz_amazing 8 months ago on Google
    Beautiful! There are some small fish that wash up to the shore so if you feel something lightly nipping at your legs it's the fish. There are not huge but good size and something to look out for so you aren't off guard. The water is absolutely beautiful 😍

  • 5/5 Christy S. 11 months ago on Google
    Such a fun beach to bring your snorkel and dive around at. Not much to see per say underwater, it was like being in the biggest swimming pool- water was deep and clear! Busy beach, you’ll get approached all day by peddlers- just continue to say no thank you, you will be inundated with taxi drivers and umbrella rental guys on your way in and out. Parking is available though! Be careful when the tide is coming in, it will be insane in one area and calm in another. Make sure to set your self up farther from the water than you think :)

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