Grand Bahama Island Sights

Fluffy white-sand-carpets in-your-dream beaches, where water sparkles like sapphires, lapis, tanzanite, emeralds, aquamarines … you get the picture. Grand Bahama Island has more than its share of beautiful beaches fringing the south coast of its 96-mile length, and even a few remote ones along the west coast, too. Some are bustling with water-sports activities, while others lie so far off the

beaten path it takes a four-wheel-drive vehicle and local knowledge to find them.

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Gold Rock Beach

  • Beach–Sight

Located just off the Grand Bahama Highway 26 miles outside town, this secluded stretch of sand is accessible via a lovely 10-minute walk...

High Rock

  • Beach–Sight

About 45 miles east of Lucaya and 8 miles from Lucayan National Park, it's worth the extra drive to visit an authentic, old-time island...

Lover's Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This beach on the island's west side is relatively unknown and rarely visited by tourists, and its sand is far less fine and powdery...

Lucayan National Park

  • Beach–Sight

In this extraordinary 40-acre land preserve, trails and elevated walkways wind through a natural forest of wild tamarind and gumbo-limbo...

Ol' Freetown Farm

  • Sports–Sight

This family-owned-and-operated farm offers farm tours to meet, greet, feed, and pet the resident animals, including horses, ponies, Abaco...

Old Freetown Beach

  • Beach–Sight

This lightly visited beach will take you far from the tourist crowds and resorts. Airplane parts in the water from a long-ago crash are...

Owl's Hole

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Named for the mama owl who nests here every year, this vertical freshwater cave (a limestone sinkhole formed by the collapse of a section...

Paradise Cove Beach

  • Beach–Sight

A 20-minute drive from Freeport, this beach's spectacular swim-to reef (called Deadman's Reef) is its best asset, with marine life that...

West End

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Once a rowdy, good-time resort area, West End still attracts small crowds on Sunday evenings for friendly, casual street gatherings.