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Bahamas | 36 Posts
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January
31

Restaurants for Seafood and More - The Bahamas - Morley

Restaurants throughout The Bahamas offer more than just seafood. If you're looking for some authentic Caribbean cuisine, amazing dining experiences, and, of course, a wide menu selection, you won't have trouble finding an option around Nassau and Paradise Island. In fact, there are several within a short distance of these beautiful Nassau and Paradise Island homes for sale.

With so many great options, it can be hard to choose one, so here are some recommendations from our agents.

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January
24

Art Galleries - The Bahamas - Morley

Do you enjoy looking at artwork? Immersing yourself in others' creations can be so relaxing and eye-opening. Nassau has a vibrant art scene, along with some incredible galleries displaying paintings, drawings, and sculptures. If you're looking at Nassau and Paradise Island homes for sale, you may want to stop by some of these art galleries along the way. 

  • Sixty 2 Sixty: Bay Street, Nassau, Bahamas
    Sixty 2 Sixty
    is an art gallery that seeks to support artists of all ages and backgrounds. Most of the work within can be considered modern art. The gallery even hosts Paint and Sip classes during which you can sip wine and create your own acrylic painting. The cost is $50 per person and includes wine and all necessary art supplies.

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January
17

Wildlife Around the Bahamas - Morley

It seems like a dream, but it's real: You're looking at Nassau and Paradise Island homes for sale. You're moving to the Bahamas. There are so many great things to see and do here! One of the biggest draws is the wildlife. Here are a few you might run into.

  • Pigs. This will seem odd when you first see it. Pigs are farm animals and not native to the Bahamas. You would never think you'd see one swimming in The Bahamas. Yet there they are, pigs of all shapes, sizes, and colors, all along the beach, on the island of Big Major Cay—part of the Exumas Islands. No one is entirely sure how they got there, but they're an amazing sight to see.

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January
10

Things to Know About The Bahamas - Morley

There are several places around the world that are often called a paradise, but few come close to The Bahamas. Its amazing chain of islands is filled with sandy beaches, beautiful water, delicious cuisine, and wonderful people. Of course, there are probably many things you don't know about The Bahamas, so our agents have put together some of their favorite tidbits.

  1. Consists of 700 Islands
    It may be hard to believe, but The Bahamas consists of more than 700 islands and cays, though most of them are quite small and unoccupied. Approximately 30 of those islands are inhabited, which means there are many great choices when looking for a new place to live. The island is New Providence has about 70% of the population, but the more popular islands for visiting are the Abacos, Eleuthera and Exumas.

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