The capital of Grand Bahama Island, founded in 1955 as a center of tourism, has undergone recent redevelopment and again offers nearly every amenity an island visitor could hope for: pristine beaches, golf, water sports, diving, gambling, duty-free shopping, boating, nightclubs and fishing. Want more? Try the Pirates of the Bahamas theme park, Freeport's International Bazaar, Port Lucaya marketplace, Garden of the Groves botanical garden, the Rand Nature Center or Lucayan National Park.
Restaurants in Freeport
4.5 based on 124 reviews
We visited the Bahamian Brewery as part of a tour,the friendly staff showed us where the brewing process took place then the area where the bottles were washed plus various processes.We then were taken to a room containing a Bar,small samples of various beers were offered to the assembled company,the strength of beer increased with each sample,most were pretty good! At the finish you could partake in larger samples if you so wished.Back downstairs is a well stocked off-license and gift shop to browse.It was an interesting tour.
4.5 based on 334 reviews
Ferry is punctual and comfortable. In the off-season, there is a reduced schedule that is not published so be sure to ask the boat pilot.
4 based on 889 reviews
Twelve-acre garden full of tropical plants and animals: one of the most popular tourist attractions on the island.
We took the excursion from our cruise ship to the Gardens. Air conditioned bus with Jason as our tour guide and about a 45 minute trip. The Gardens were quite refreshing after all the damage we noticed from Hurricane Matthew on bus trip. Lots of beautiful flowers, birds, ducks, fish and trees. Loved the chapel on the hill and the serenity of the location. Shopping area with local crafts and a few eateries. Beautiful waterfall and a serenity trail to walk when you are stressed.
4.5 based on 144 reviews
Located a mile off the Mainland shore, this small, often deserted island is a relaxing place for snorkeling and viewing birds.
This is a pretty beach! We came on a jetski tour (it left the hotel about 2:45pm) and it was low tide. Not sure if there was actually a reef - we tried to snorkel but there was a lot of sand and sea weed.
4 based on 864 reviews
Lovely beach, known for its remote stretches of sand.
Great beac. Low waves white sand. Beach I’d raked each day. The is jet skis, para sailing and swimming. Nice beach to walk. Did notice a lot of broken glass on beach. Understandable after seeing spring breaker during and throw bottles on beach. Should be cleaned up by hotels!
4 based on 427 reviews
We stumbled upon this square when visiting the Lucayan Market. There are a number of brightly-colored buildings with shops, food, etc. Since we were there during the day, we did not get to see any of the entertainment. We were told that different music acts perform on different nights and that it is something to experience.
4 based on 256 reviews
A beautiful scenic marina, our starting-off point for some fantastic scuba diving! Lovely to walk through in the morning as the boats are being readied for a day of ocean activities, faint Caribbean music sounds in the background from the Port Lucaya Marketplace.
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We stopped in here because we like to find local art on vacation. This was a bit pricey compared to what we were looking for, but the art was nice. He had some originals and lithographs and other sorts of copies. We ended up buying elsewhere.
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