On the south shore of New Providence, just west of Coral Harbour Beach, is a beautiful, undeveloped beach called Adelaide. The gorgeous white sands are not raked and cleaned, but the natural beauty makes the beach a wonderful getaway for visitors who want to see the rural part of the Bahamas.
The village of Adelaide is a quiet little place, well worth a walk through. It was established by the Governor of the Bahamas in 1831 as a settlement for Africans freed from a captured Portuguese slave ship. Many of the descendants of those first villagers continue to live there.
Relax and enjoy Bahamian favorite dishes made to order. Try conch in so many forms - balls, grilled... Read more