Port Lucaya Marketplace
Port Lucaya Marketplace Freeport Reviews
Shopping and Food Feb 23, 2011
The Port Lucaya Marketplace is a taxi-ride away from the port in Freeport, Bahamas. It is an outdoor mall/marketplace. The vendors tend to sell the same things, souvenirs, t-shirts, straw goods, etc. There are plenty of restaurants (including an Irish pub) as well as a couple ice cream shops. For the most part, the Port Lucaya Marketplace is store fronts, but there is one area that is a more traditional market.
There is a casino located across the street (which is where the taxi dropoff/pickup is) and it's just a short walk to the beach.
I didn't know of much to do in Freeport, and in talking to a local woman at the dockside straw market, she recommended going to the Port Lucaya marketplace to spend the afternoon.
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