The Bahamas' pink paradise
One of the world's most unusual and most stunning beaches, Pink Sand Beach in the Bahamas is the ultimate image of a rosy tropical paradise.
Stretching along the east coast of Harbour Island in the Bahamas, Pink Sand Beach certainly lives up to its name, with 5km of soft rosy-coloured sand edging the crystal clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean.
The spectacular colour of the beach is created by the mixing of countless crushed red sea shells with the naturally white sand, producing the iconic image of one of the world's most beguiling and unique beaches.
However, the shade varies day to day according to tides and the number of shells in the sea at any given time.
The shallow water and outlying coral reefs make Pink Sand Beach a great spot for swimming and snorkelling, and it's also popular for horseriding.
Pretty in pink
The spectacular colour of the beach is created by the mixing of countless crushed red sea shells with the naturally white sand
Harbour Island is one of the smaller and quieter islands in the Bahamas, and Pink Sands Beach is the perfect place to relax, take a walk along the soft sand, enjoy a swim in the warm, shallow water or simply spend the morning sunbathing.
There are a number of very good restaurants nearby if you want to stay for lunch, offering a selection of traditional Caribbean cuisine and fresh, locally sourced seafood.
If you are visiting the Bahamas on a superyacht charter, make sure that you don't miss Harbour Island and its beautiful beach, which is sure to be a highlight of your trip.
To begin planning, take a look at all luxury yachts for crewed yacht charters in the Bahamas.
Pink Sand Beach
Pinks Sand Beach
Dunmore Town, Harbour Island