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Nassau Travel guide
Nassau : Michelin's recommendations
The historic centre of New Providence, Nassau and its old buildings attest to the high days of pirating and the influence of British colonisation. But the city also has its modern side including its luxury boutiques and Straw Market, a favourite with shopping enthusiasts.
Tourist attractions Nassau : Things to see and do
BHS - Nassau
New Providence, the political and economic hub of the Bahamas, features a mix of cultural activities and seaside pleasures thanks to the colonial vestiges in Nassau, capital of the archipelago, and charming beaches such as Cable Beach and Pleasant Ba..
George Street BHS - Nassau
Christ Church Cathedral was the first sanctuary built by the English in the Bahamas in the late 17C, but the imposing stone structure you see today is actually the fourth version of the building. Its predecessors were all destroyed by fires, Spanish ..
West Bay Street BHS - Nassau
Fort Charlotte, built in the late 17C to defend the port against pirate attacks, was one of three forts in New Providence, equipped with numerous iron canons that were never fired. Take a guided tour - with guides in period dress - and enjoy the view..
West Hill Street P.O. Box N-10246 BHS - Nassau
Set on a pedestrian-only town, this luxury hotel features 2 restaurants, 2 swimming pools and its own cigar company. Graycliff Hotel is a restored mansion from 1740 and overlooks the Government House. The Graycliff offers air-conditioned rooms with ..
Number One Bay Street BHS - Nassau
Prix Prices from : 209 $
This Nassau hotel features a private beach, an outdoor pool and rooms with 32-inch flat-screen TVs. The hotel is 2 miles from the Nassau International Airport. Rooms at the British Colonial Hilton Nassau include a refrigerator and coffee maker. The ..
Charlotte St BHS - Nassau
Prix Prices from : 50 $
The Grand Central Hotel is just 2 minutes’ drive away from Cruises Harbor, 10 minutes’ walk from Junkanoo Beach and offers free Wi-Fi connection throughout. Duty free shopping is available only 2 minutes’ walk away. The functionally decorated rooms ..
Leisure activities Nassau
Climb aboard the Zambezi and head for the shallow reefs teeming with colorful marine life, or dive a little deeper and see the "Carib Breeze" or "James Bond" shipwrecks. You might even get up close to a reef shark! Explore an u..
Prices from : 47 €
Discover Nassau's most well-known sights on this introductory tour. You'll climb the Queen's Staircase to Fort Fincastle, and drive past Gregory's Arch, the stately legislative buildings, law courts, and a native straw market. Plus, add on a visit to..
See the "real" Bahamas on this exhilarating speedboat excursion to an Exuma private island. Snorkel pristine reefs, feed stingrays and sharks, visit with endangered iguana's, explore the island or relax on a white sandy beach. Take a ride ..