Islands in the SunIyna Bort Caruso
Nothing spells paradise more than the Bahamas — the ultimate prescription for a laid-back yet luxurious lifestyle.
Officially called the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, it is a country encompassing more than 700 islands, cays and islets in the Atlantic Ocean, with Paradise Island, Lyford Cay, Eleuthera and the Abaco islands regarded as some of the top go-to places for those who yearn to kick back in style — in their own home.
Paradise Island is located just off the shore of Nassau. Best known for the sprawling Atlantis resort and home to other top-tier lodgings and casinos, aptly named Paradise Island features some of the most exquisite residential properties in the region. Gated communities found in this Bahamian playground offer striking examples of Old World elegance with all the modern-day amenities of the good life: architecturally stunning designs, exquisitely manicured lawns
Lyford Cay is a 1,000-acre world-class community on the western tip of New Providence Island. The exceedingly private and privileged enclave is well established with an international set that has been making its way here since the 1950s. Lyford Cay’s recreational facilities include an 18-hole championship golf course, tennis courts, a yacht club and marina, as well as a pristine beach and private school.
The long and narrow strip that makes up the island of Eleuthera is known for its dramatic cliffs, rolling hills, sandy beaches, colonial villages and pineapple fields. Fishing, boating, tubing
Meanwhile, Abaco Islands are known as one of the world’s top boating and sailing destinations. While resorts, bars