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Bahamas ranks among best for coastal living

Harbour Island in The Bahamas is among Coastal Living magazine’s "20 Best Places to Live 2017". The list considers everything from the coastal lifestyle to urban and community design, expat life, ease of transition, real estate ownership, location and quality of destination. Click here to see Coastal Living Magazine's "20 Best Places to Live 2017" complete list.

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Coastal Living
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Bob Curley and Tracey Minkin

coastal livingGet to know this chic and low-key island in the Out Islands of The Bahamas, and one of the 20 Best Places to Live 2017. Get the inside scoop on Harbour Island, including where to eat, drink, play, and stay.

[ Click here to see Coastal Living Magazine’s “20 Best Places to Live 2017” complete list. ]

Have you died and gone to heaven? You may think this every time you wake up in Briland (as it’s known to residents), this tiny, sophisticated, but decidedly laid-back jewel tucked into the crook of Eleuthera in the Out Islands of The Bahamas.


Live among clusters of charming, pastel cottages on small blocks where all streets seem to lead to the water, get to know the variations in pink sands, and watch the beautiful people quietly come and go (or stay and become your neighbors). The sparkling flats teem with fish for adventurers, and the boutiques quietly flaunt a new cadre of curators. And the Bahamian culture infuses everything here with an ease and candor that keeps the dream beautifully real.

This is an excerpt from Coastal Living as it appeared on April 20, 2017. For updates or to read the current version of this post in its entirety, please click here.

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The government and The Central Bank of The Bahamas have issued more information about the requirements for Bahamian businesses to access foreign currency financing following the exchange control liberalization that will come into force April 24. Watch a ZNS Network news report here.

Building on the success of this year's event hosted by The Bahamas, Puerto Rico will host the 2018 edition of Caribbean Travel Marketplace at the Puerto Rico Convention Centre January 30-February 1, 2018.

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