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Bimini

The Bimini Islands are lands of intrigue and have been since before the 1500s when famed explorer Ponce de León sailed in search of the fountain of youth. Water connects all of the islands’ mythical attractions, including the famous fountain in the south and the Bimini Road (an underwater entrance to the Lost City of Atlantis according to legend). Schools of big game fish around Bimini attract a steady flow of anglers from North America. Bimini’s close proximity to Florida has always created good favour for the islands, especially during Prohibition, when they were used as a supply point for rum running.

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Kayaking Bimini Sands Resort
   
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Bimini Sands Recreation & Activity Center

Our organized activities include: Bimini Island Boat Tours - travel on a 40-foot pontoon tour...

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Tourist diving at the Bimini Road to Atlantis
   
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Bimini Road/The Lost City of Atlantis

The Bimini Road, or the Lost City of Atlantis, is one of the most popular tourist...

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The Bimini Museum
   
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Bimini Museum

The building housing the Bimini Museum was built in 1921 as the Commissioner's Office and jail,...

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Dolphin House
   
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Dolphin House

This house was built by local author/historian, Ashley Saunders, and is occupied by him. It is a...

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Bimini Craft Center
   
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Bimini Walking Tour

This tour includes all of the important cultural sites in the environs of Alice Town: Ansil's...

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Bimini Memorial and Heroes Park
   
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Bimini War Memorial and Heroes Park

The Park honors Bimini's veterans of World Wars I & II, numerous leaders of the community,...

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Quick Facts

Area: 9 sq. miles
Population: 1,988 persons
Highest Point: 20 feet
Location: 117 miles northwest of New Providence and 50 miles from Florida
Origin of the Name: Bimini is believed to have meant "two islands" in the language of the original inhabitants, the Lucayans.