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For Your Dining Pleasure

The restaurants on the Grand Bahama Island are less sophisticated than those you will find in Nassau, however the meal in Freeport will usually costs less than for one in Nassau, which allows you the opportunity to sample the native cuisine. There are many options in Freeport and Lucaya when it comes to the...

Where To Go In Freeport

For the modern shopping centers, and convenient tourist facilities you will want to go to the planned city of Freeport. Only minutes from downtown you will find the airport and the harbor just a little beyond that. Here are some of the sights you will want not want to miss when you are visiting...

What To Do In Freeport

Freeport is about the same size of Singapore with at least 400 miles of well cared for roads and miles of well engineered waterways, which run alongside private homes. It takes the average worker seven minutes to get to work. The residents also enjoy modern education and health facilities, cable television,...

Dining Places You Can Enjoy

Here are some more of the dining places you can enjoy in Freeport. Eclectic Cuisine Pub on the Mall. The Pub on the Mall is located across from the International Bazaar and offers you four options. It is four restaurants cloistered together. The Prince of Wales Lounge is an authentic style English pub...

History Of Grand Bahamas

The first noted settlers of the Grand Bahama Island was the Siboney Indians who lived off conch and fishing. What we know about them is based on the items of shells and jewelry they left behind. Their remains tell us they lived as early as 7,000 years ago, but seem to have disappeared when the Lucayans...

Freeport

Freeport/Lucaya is a modern city located on the third largest island of the Bahamas many islands, the Grand Bahama Island. The Grand Bahama Island is the second largest tourist stop of the Bahamas. The Grand Bahama Island has long stretches of deserted white beaches, along with wonderful hotels, one major...

History Of Grand Bahamas Island

The Grand Bahama Island was left alone until the mid nineteenth century. Many ships were on the horizon as ships went through the Caribbean, most of the time they passed by. In 1836 the population of West End was only 370 because many of the people has left for Nassau, which was more populated and had more...

Where To Go In Freepor1

Lucaya located on Grand Bahama Island’s southern coast and just a little ways east of Freeport, was built as the island’s resort center. It is thriving with the completion of a new mega-resort complex, a championship golf course, an unsurpassed dive operation, and Port Lucaya’s marina...

Outside Of Freeport

The Island of Grand Bahama narrows as you move west out of Freeport towards the West End, which was once the capital of Grand Bahama and is still the home of the first settlers of Grand Bahama. On the main road from Freeport to the West End, which in some spots seems just inches from the water, you will see...

Freeport Lucaya

Freeport/Lucaya is the second largest city in the Bahamas. It has a faster pace and modern atmosphere the old world atmosphere of Nassau. If you are into sports such as championship golf, tennis, scuba diving, or fishing you will find Freeport/Lucaya is a sportsman’s paradise. In 1955 Freeport/Lucaya...