Welcome to the Gem of Grand Bahama Island.
The 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. The Marketplace boasts of a wide variety of Duty Free stores, two generously stocked Straw Markets, two Craft Centres and Push Carts filled with Bahamian craft and souvenir items.
Visit our famous Coconut & Fruit Daiquiri Stand & Daddy Brown’s Conch and Seafood Stand for authentic Bahamian Island treats. Our famed Count Basie Square, now called the Marketplace Square, will have you dancing to Bahamian and International music all night long. So please make every effort to visit Grand Bahama’s only shopping paradise where we have it all!
The Port Lucaya Marketplace suffered damages to various buildings as a result of the passing of Hurricane Matthew. We have since undertaken a complete cleanup and re-opened the Marketplace on October 28th, 2016. We ask that you pardon our appearance during this period and thank you for your support!!
The Port Lucaya Marketplace is a 9 ½ acre waterside open-air facility situated on the Lucayan Strip in the heart of Grand Bahama’s main tourism area, adjacent to the Grand Lucayan Resort and Treasure Bay Casino. Pristine white sandy beaches are within walking distance accessible to visitors of the Marketplace and Grand Bahama Island. Port Lucaya Marketplace is roughly 12 miles from the Harbour and is acknowledged by visitors and Bahamians as the prime location for shopping, dining and entertainment on Grand Bahama. With more than 40 specialty stores and boutiques offering high-quality jewellery, cameras, watches, perfume, leather goods and designer bags, over 120 handicrafts and straw vendors with the best selection of bags, hats and baskets, the Port Lucaya Marketplace is the place to visit. There are three watersports operators that offer a variety of tour options for the adventurous who would like to explore beneath the crystal blue waters and a bike tour operator for the more timid individuals. We also have 16 restaurants, and 4 bars, in addition to Coconut, Daiquiri and Seafood Vendors waiting to give you a taste of the Bahamas. There is a yogurt and ice cream parlor, coffee café, bakeries, a chocolate factory, a game room, school of survival and the famed Count Basie Square now called the Marketplace Square, where you can dance to Junkanoo, rake and scrape or bongo drums during the day and to live Bahamian music at night. Everyone wants to be here – to shop, dine, have fun and relax.
Port Lucaya Marketplace….it’s everything you came to Grand Bahama for and more!