Freeport and adjacent suburb, Lucaya, are home to a majority of Grand Bahama Island's permanent residents. With bright blue skies and several easily accessible white-powder beaches to hand, most visitors vote for spending a majority of their time either out at sea, under the sea or lounging next to it. Big cruise boats dock just west of Freeport; depending on how long you've got on the island, plan to get a mix of modern and ecological pleasure before you embark again for other points of call.
Closest to the coast of Florida, the North Islands are easily accessible but much more relaxed than busier New Providence or Grand Bahama Island. Here, the sea stretches out over the horizon endlessly. Seagulls skim over bright blue waters, and then tarry along deep powder sand, troubled only by the occasional visitor.
If you think that the beautiful beaches of the Bahamas' north islands are magic, wait till you take in the historic Obeah of Cat Island, the seemingly endless blue hole on Long Island or fall under the spell of a secluded south-Bahaman sunset.
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