This unique neighborhood offers more lifestyle choices than almost anywhere in the Bahamas. With a natural boundary created by the Bahamas beautiful ocean, Paradise Island has always drawn people with a broad and diverse range of style and taste from all over the world. Take note of the Cloisters, actual portions of a 13th century monastery shipped and reassembled here by a former supermarket heir and now a favorite venue for island weddings. There’s also a beach to harbor yoga retreat on the western end that looks and feels like a mix between a tropical retreat and a remote ashram. Years ago, the entire island was transformed by visionary Sol Kerzner’s dream of luxury residences dotted around an emerald green golf course and a hotel created for families named after the underwater myth of a lost world, Atlantis.
Active residents golf, play tennis, go sailing or paddle boarding, do yoga, jog or walk on the manicured palm lined streets, and the more laid back stretch out on the white sand of Cabbage Beach to work on their tans. The island’s resorts and hotels offer drinks, dancing and dining choices for every taste, from serene and elegant, to a lot more energetic. There are stylish shops and coffee spots and just like any neighborhood, Paradise Island has its own police station, fire station, and emergency medical transportation too.
Whether your residential desire is island casual or exclusive luxury, Paradise Island offers choices at many price points. Welcome to this one of a kind Bahamian community.