What to see in Bahamas
Located just opposite Nassau, north of New Providence, is this small island which is just over 7 kilometres wide. It is connected to the capital through two bridges, so you can access it both by sea and by land. Its charm lies in the beaches that surround its coast, with fine sand, bathed by the Atlantic. Although until recently Paradise Island was a practically uninhabited island, currently there are several resorts, as well as a golf course. Because of its great marine biodiversity, it is the ideal place for snorkelling and scuba diving. This is where the world's largest outdoor aquarium is located: the 14-acre Atlantis Waterscape, which houses more than 100 species of fish.