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Absolutely the softest sand I’ve ever walked on in my entire life. It was so beautiful and a nice soft pink hue to the sand. And of course the turquoise water just makes it gorgeous! There are just a few public beach access points. You’ll...More
We decided to come and spend the day here at Harbor Island. Once arrived we received our golf cart and explored the Island on the golf cart. This is obviously much more developed and very touristy, as it reminded me of Miami(South Beach). We did...More
It IS a fantastic beach, huge, perfect sand (but hardly pink), almost powdery. Great swimming. By Eleutheran standards, it’s crowded, by any other standard, it’s deserted.
20 bucks for 2 sun beds and an umbrella. No shadow.
You can buy drinks on the beach.
Found on one of the smaller islands of the Bahamas, the beach provides a perfect place to sunbathe and swim in the warm crystal clear water. It’s most impressive is the long stretch of soft pink sand. It makes one of the unusual beaches in...More
The beaches at Harbour Island are so clean. The waters a beautiful turquoise color, so crystal clear! Everyone on the island was so kind and welcoming. We stayed at The Pink Sands Resort which was as beautiful as he beaches.
If you're a beach lover this place is awesome. Soft pink'ish sand that is maybe a mile long and very wide in front of the hotels. We have been here a couple of times and love to walk/swim and go to Sip Sip for a...More
Depends on what you are thinking by pink. Nowhere in the world is it that bright pink, it kind of changes pink hues depending on the light and angle you are looking at it. It gets its pink hue from the coral shells of tiny... More
Depends on what you are thinking by pink. Nowhere in the world is it that bright pink, it kind of changes pink hues depending on the light and angle you are looking at it. It gets its pink hue from the coral shells of tiny sea creatures (non-scientific explanation) and mixed with white sand makes a pinkish color. The sand is beautifully soft- like walking in flour and doesn’t get hot. Look at some of the pictures related to the post and judge for yourself. I will say it has the best sand I’ve ever put my toes in.