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Port Lucaya Marketplace is the largest shopping, dining and entertainment open air facility in the Bahamas, with over forty specialty stores and boutiques, sixteen restaurants to tempt any palate and four bars/lounge for late night entertainment...more
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Seahorse Road | On Bell Channel bay, Freeport, Grand Bahama Island
All reviews straw market across the street lots of shops great place to shop restaurants and bars port lucaya local vendors great shopping shopping area walk around count basie square liquor store conch salad grand bahama jewelry deals pandora
Worth a visit, lots to see, the open vendor market has plenty of folks looking to make a deal on the tourist swag. There are some live music venues, and is really busy when the cruise ships are in. Have a look here and on...More
Just returned from the Port Lucaya Marketplace (3-15-19). Total waste of time, better to watch paint dry. The transportation service runs a scam. They take you there and back allegedly for 10 dollars. They know the cruise ships "on board" time and will game your...More
Our trip took a detour to Freeport. We had aimed to snorkel but the winds were too high so we choose to go explore. The ride from the cruise port was $10 per person round trip in an old clunker van. No real sites to...More
Very busy. If you are looking to eat don't just stop at Zorbas, it was a madhouse with screaming kids and loud groups. Not even that cheap. Keep walking and go to one of the Italian restaurants further on.
Steer so clear of straw market. Stuff for sale is junk and the vendors are obnoxious and very in your face! They hawk you and fight with each other. Run don’t walk away from this section. Restaurant where we stopped for a beer and some...More
The Harley Davidson store is located here and was quite convenient as our ship was docked in the port just a few feet from the marketplace. The vendors were friendly and there was a variety of items (shop around) to choose from. Seemed like a...More
The large beachfront hotel building on the property was indeed damaged by the hurricane in late 2016, so as to be closed for business, and after much effort has recently been purchased by the local government (2018) after... More
The large beachfront hotel building on the property was indeed damaged by the hurricane in late 2016, so as to be closed for business, and after much effort has recently been purchased by the local government (2018) after the owners were unsuccessful in selling it. The community wants it reopened, of course, but first it needs repairs. The government is not bohemian as someone typed, but they are Bahamian and everyone will do their best to get this open again. The rest of the property remains open for business, and the beach in front of the hotel property is usable by the public.