There are so many reasons why we’re grateful for these 700 Islands and Cays, from history to the amazing attractions, here are some amazing things about our island that you have not known:
1. Eleuthera- This island is the longest one in the Bahamian archipelago with long stretches of powder-soft pink and white breathtaking beaches, the Glass Window Bridge, national parks, and fresh food farms. It remains, mostly untouched and undeveloped, perfect for a secluded hideaway. View Eleuthera listings.
2. San Salvador- Although small in size, the island of San Salvador exudes beauty with its sparkling beaches and amazing coral reefs. Originally known as Guanahani by those who first inhabited it, the Lucayan Indians, San Salvador is currently inhabited by over 1000 people. View San Salvador listings.
3. Grand Bahama- Home to one of the largest underwater cave systems in the world, incorporated under the Lucayan National Park, and the second-largest city in The Bahamas, Freeport, you can experience a true adrenaline rush exploring the island! View Grand Bahama listings.
4. Cat Island- known for its rich history being the birthplace of Bahamas Rake n’ Scape music and unforgettable monuments like Mt. Alvernia, standing at 206 feet, the highest point in all of The Bahamas. Cat Island is a quiet unassuming island perfect for kiteboarding and exploring.
Did you know that Academy Award Winning actor, Sydney Poitier, grew up on Cat Island?
5. Bimini- A chain of islands only 40 nautical miles from Miami, Florida, Bimini is a popular destination for boaters and home to the “Mysterious Bimini Road”, a group of stones perfectly aligned underwater. Some believe this group of stones was part of the road system of the Lost Continent of Atlantis. View Bimini listings.