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- An archipelago of hundreds of islands and cays, many of which remain uninhabited
- The myriad of safe anchorages and marinas make this one of the worlds premier sailing grounds
- The proximity of islands, each with unique character, invites island hopping extraordinaire
- Explore some of the most beautiful beaches in the world, many of which are deserted
- LaCure offers the most deluxe private villas and Bahamas villa rentals in the Bahamas
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This archipelago of sandy isles and cays conjures up visions of tropical paradise for many people. The Bahamas were named by their first European visitor, Christopher Columbus. After observing the shallow sea around these islands, he said, “Baja mar” (low water or sea). And so the area became know as The Bahamas, or “The Islands of the Shallow Sea.” In the 17th century, many of the famed pirates of the Caribbean used the cays and inlets of the Bahamas to hide their ships and treasures.
Consisting of 700 unique islands that are home to some of the world’s most breathtaking beaches and tropical scenery, the Bahamas is one of the world’s top vacation destinations. The archipelago is an ecological oasis that boasts the clearest water on the planet-with a visibility of more 200 feet. You can see your toes as easily as you can the world’s third largest barrier reef.
Your destination options for Bahamas villa rentals are virtually limitless. Nassau, the country’s capital, is located on New Providence Island-ideal for visitors who want a unique blend of cosmopolitan flair and laidback island vibes. The locals are friendly, the music exotic, the food superbly varied, the nightlife bustling and the casinos exciting. In the streets you’ll here warm, colorful English flavored with the country’s unique mixture of African and English Puritan rhythms.
Villas in the Out Islands are perfect for travelers who want a tropical vacation that provides privacy, seclusion and ultimate tranquility. Guests can lounge around all day by the pool or explore the islands’ remote villages. Activities include scuba diving, snorkeling, fishing and beach-hopping.
Grand Bahama Island is a great choice for nature lovers, full of ecological wonders, such as one of the world’s largest underwater cave systems. It also boasts charming historical attractions, numerous beaches and abundant water sports, including fishing, diving and boating.
LaCURE properties in the Bahamas are all set on stunning beaches. Whether you want total solitude or world-class pampering service, you will find it here. If you’re planning a wedding, honeymoon, family vacation or getaway with your friends, LaCURE’s Bahamas is an excellent destination choice.