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The Bahamas is a tropical paradise made up of over 700 islands spread over 10,000 square miles of ocean. They are an ecological oasis with 2,000 stunning cays. They have the clearest water on the planet with visibility extending to over 200 feet. The islands also have the world’s third largest barrier reef.

Home to one of the oldest dive operations in the Bahamas, Long Island has numerous dive sites, the best known is Dean’s Blue Hole, the deepest recorded blue hole in the Bahamas (more than 600 feet).

The western side of the island is home to long white sandy beaches, and with the Atlantic Ocean on the east, Long Island is a haven for fishing, sailing and yachting.

As a towering spine of ancient reef, 80-mile Long Island has two faces: the stunning cliffs and caves of the east coast that front the crashing Atlantic waves, and the soft, sandy beaches lined with Mangrove to the west.

Cape Santa Maria beach, close to Stella Maris, has been recognized by beach lovers and travel writers alike as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The island is also home to Columbus Point with its towering memorial to Christopher Columbus perched high on the hill at the island’s northernmost tip. Visitors can experience some quite incredible views of the ocean from here.

You’ll find sloping hills in the northeast, while low hillsides make up the southern portion of the island. It’s the dramatically contrasting landscape that makes so many people say that Long Island is one of the most picturesque islands in the Bahamas.

Long Island is also a quiet island dotted with quaint, friendly villages and miles of uninterrupted beaches.

Without doubt, Long Island is truly one of the most beautiful, breath taking tropical destinations in the world, and a perfect place to invest in pure luxury and relaxation.