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Going east from Florida's Palm Beaches, about 75 miles into the Atlantic Ocean, you will encounter Grand Bahama Island, where the town of Freeport is located, the first of a crescent shaped chain of islands collectively called the Bahamas, extending to the east and south for hundreds of miles, bisected by the Tropic of Cancer, and terminating at Great Inagua island, 60 miles northeast of Cuba at the southern end of the chain. Nassau, capital of the Bahamas, and Cable Beach also are in the north central part of the chain on New Providence Island, along with Paradise Island, which comprise the three most populous islands in the chain. Gambling casinos, nightclubs, well-known shopping venues and world class resorts are found on these islands. In stark contrast, going further into the ocean, you will encounter the Bahamian islands of Andros, Exumas, Abicos and others collectively called the Out Islands. Some of these islands have their own small airports, but most can be reached only by boat. You could spend a lifetime exploring all of the hidden corners of these islands, where it still is possible to find many stretches of beach where there is no other soul around, nor does it seem there ever has been. What all of the Bahamas have in common is a unique quality of pure sunlight that seems to make all colors come vibrantly alive, deep azure blue waters where you can see an astonishing assortment of fish and plants to an incredible depth, and pure tropical weather which is impossible to convey to anyone who has never experienced it, except to say that it is the most comfortable and relaxing on the planet to a magical degree.
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|Connected to New Paradise Island via a short bridge, the hotel and casino-filled Paradise Island is the area's resort center.||A bustling center of entertainment and commerce, downtown Nassau and the adjacent areas has numerous lodging options.|
|·||Cable Beach||·||New Providence Island|
|Originally named for the transatlantic telephone cables passing through it, Cable Beach, a short drive to the west of downtown, has become a nexus of luxury hotels, casinos and beautiful beaches.||Removed from the heavy concentrations of hotels and tourists, the rest of the island has more than a few attractive places to stay.|
|·||The Abacos||·||Harbour Island|
|Lodging in The Abacos, east of Grand Bahama Island and north of New Providence Island, including the communities of Marsh Harbour, Elbow Cay, Treasure Cay, Green Turtle Cay, Guana Cay, Hopetown, Man-O-War Cay and Walkers Cay.||Lodging options northeast of New Providence Island, in the communities of Harbour Island.|
|Lodging options in the nearby capital city on Grand Bahama Island.|
Area Facts: Nassau is the capital of the Bahamas, a chain in the Caribbean consisting of over 700 islands covering over 5,000 square miles. The international area code for the Bahamas is 1-242.
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