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Sun, Sea and Stunning Beaches...

Imagine waking up to the beautiful sunrise, enjoying your breakfast on the terrace of your Bahamian home, and getting ready to go out and enjoy all that our island has to offer.
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The Bahamas are made up of 700 islands and over 2,400 cays, with Grand Bahama being the northern most island in the chain, and the closest island to the United States. Grand Bahama is roughly 150 kilometers long, and at its widest point measures 20 kilometers. The island benefits from a beautiful sub-tropical climate, with average temperatures of 22 to 25 degrees in the winter and highs of over 30 degrees in the summer, so every day could be a beach day!

Visitors to the island quite often return year after year on vacation, eventually choosing to purchase their own home as a base, or with a view to relocate. There are many homes available on the island, whatever you are looking for. There is a good selection of condos, villas, single family homes, luxury estates, and even vacant land lots ready for you to build your dream home.

Grand Bahama, a rich cultural history.

Grand Bahama is rich in history and culture, and has had several different civilizations as residents on the island over the years, each one having left their mark in one way or another.

Grand Bahama History Timeline

  • 7,000 years ago - The earliest settlers, the Sibony Indians, lived on the island. They were a tribe who lived off conch and fishing. The shells and jewelry they left behind form most of what is known about them.
  • 5,000 years ago - The Lucayans arrived on the island forcing the Siboney Indians to leave. Also known as Arawaks they worked their way to the Caribbean from South America's Amazon.
  • 1492 - Christopher Columbus discovered the island, at this time there were roughly 4,000 Lucayans living there. Once the Spanish arrived the Lucayans quickly left the island.
  • Lost Island of the Bahamas - For around 300 years after the arrival and departure of the Spanish, Grand Bahama remained uninhabited.
  • 19th Century - The first permanent settlers arrived making a living from the sea as fishermen or by harvesting timber from the land.
  • 1920 - 1955 - Grand Bahama saw a mini-boom in the islands economy when rum began being produced and Wallace Groves began talks about the idea of a tax-free city.
  • 1963 - 1967 - Investment and population in Grand Bahama tripled.
  • Today - The tourism industry is booming and the island attracts thousands of tourists each year.

Culture, Lifestyle, Fun

We've got it all, join us won't you?
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Dining in Grand Bahama

Grand Bahama will provide you with a unique dining experience wherever you choose to eat, and there is certainly no shortage of restaurants on the island. Join the locals for a traditional fish fry, or mini crab fest, head down to the nearest Irish pub, or treat yourself to an unforgettable meal at one of the fine dining restaurants.

Activities

If you enjoy activities and sports, you will not be disappointed when you are in Grand Bahama. The beaches are perfect for relaxing, walking running or swimming in the clear blue waters, and with such perfect weather, outdoor activities are very popular. Enjoy scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, windsurfing, horse riding, hiking, and many more. There will always be something to keep you and the family busy every day.

The beaches, history, activities, great dining, and amazing weather all make this island very popular with people looking to invest in property in Grand Bahama. This island is as close to paradise as you can get.

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