This is one of the destination’s most well-loved beaches, and deservedly so. Its easternmost end around the One&Only Club is the most secluded.
At its western extreme, it fronts Atlantis (the resort refers to it as Atlantis Beach), which of course makes it more crowded. Dunes, palms, sea grapes, cabbage palms, and Australian pines line the 1-mile stretch of white sand and tame, teal-green waters.
It forms a half-moon between Snorkelers Point and Atlantis Lagoon. There are three public accesses (no parking) between Atlantis and One&Only. If you get thirsty or hungry walking the plush, thick sands, stop in at One&Only Club’s Dune or the RIU resort.