Nassau is located on the island of New Providence in the Bahamas and is home to fortresses constructed hundreds of years ago to protect the island. Due to the threat of attacks being not as severe as the British colonial government suspected, these fortresses are still largely intact and now visitors to the island can explore the fortresses of Nassau and learn about history while taking in gorgeous scenery of the Bahamas.
The Bahamas consists of hundreds of islands though a few of the larger ones get most of the attention thanks to the gorgeous cities built on their land. Here is a guide to the most beautiful port cities in the Bahamas.
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Nassau, Bahamas is, perhaps, the Bahamas most sought-after city. With a beautiful natural port, crystalline waters, and over 300 days of sunshine a year, it’s hard to go wrong with Nassau. And while you’re out and about exploring all the fun and fabulous things to do in Nassau, it’s easy to forget that it was once home to nefarious pirates.
There’s a lot to love about a trip to the Bahamas. Lush tropical jungle, long stretches of white sand beaches, and even some of the most amazing underground cave structures in the world. And if you’re in town and looking for something to do in the Bahamas and like exploring the bounteous beauty of nature – then you should consider checking out the Garden of the Groves.
Freeport is one of the top towns in the Bahamas. The second most populous city in the Bahamas, Freeport has a lot going for it, and there are a great number of fun things to do in Freeport, including jumping off to the nearby little islands of coral outcroppings commonly known as “Cays.”
Cays are found all throughout the Caribbean, but the Bahamas themselves have hundreds of them. From small and uninhabited, to large and dotted with resorts, there are all types of Cays, here are the top Cays just a stone’s throw from that lovely city of Freeport.