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Princess Cays, Bahamas


Cruises to Princess Cays tourist resort.

Princess CaysLocated on the southern tip of Eleuthera, Princess Cays is a tourist resort owned by Princess Cruises who use it as a port-of-call on cruises in the Caribbean. This 2-mile strip of sand has an adult-only area as well as a supervised kids’ section with a sandbox and a pirate-themed playground. Princess Cays’ new adult-only Sanctuary area is serene, and private air-conditioned cabanas are available for rent and massages. Excursion options include an island tour with a Junkanoo performance. Since much of the seabed is rocky, you’ll want to take water shoes. A number of structures have been built on the island and linked by paved walkways. These include information and equipment rental kiosks, shops, several bars, and dining facilities for lunch. The bars and the dining areas have roofs but are open on the sides, affording the passengers views of the beach and the sea.

Princess Cays tourist attractions

Princess Cays, island of Eleuthera, Bahamas. One hundred miles long and only two miles wide, Eleuthera offers unspoiled beaches. The Princess Cays resort boasts outstanding amenities, perfect for lazing on the beach, swimming, kayaking, taking catamaran sailing lessons, riding the[…]

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