Prince George Plaza (Bay Street, Nassau, New Providence Island) – this is a smaller shopping center (leading from Bay Street to Woodes Rogers Walk), with about two dozen retailers selling a variety of merchandise.
Port Lucaya Marketplace (Sea Horse Road, Lucaya, Grand Bahama Island) – this harborside shopping center (consisting of 12 buildings) houses over 100 retail shops and restaurants. There’s live entertainment during the evenings and weekends.
International Bazaar (Bay Street, Nassau, New Providence Island) – within this shopping center, there are 30 shops (such as jeweler Diamonds International and fellow retailer Sunglass Shack) selling a variety of merchandise from around the world (with customers coming here to take advantage of the duty-free prices).
Marsh Harbour (Great Abaco) – Marsh Harbour is not a shopping center – it’s simply this island’s main town (population 5,314). Various retailers can be found here, from small shops selling apparel and tourist gear (t-shirts, hats, etc.) to fine watches, jewelry, perfumes and leather goods (John Bull – near Abaco Beach Resort).
Festival Place (Prince George Wharf, Waterfront at Rawson Square, Nassau, New Providence Island) — located on Prince George Wharf, Festival Place was designed by award-winning Bahamian architect Jackson Burnside. Its vibrant, colorful design reflects the architectural style of a Bahamian village and evokes a time when Bahamian artisans and crafts persons practiced their art and […]