Rent a Home on San Salvador

Looking for your dream vacation off the beaten path? The Incredibly beautiful resort” The Bohemian” on the Island of San Salvador in the Bahamas offers all you can possibly ask for. Direct beachfront overlooking the crystal clear blue and turquoise waters. This is Paradise for people that love the beach, swimming, snorkeling, fishing, kite surfing, diving, boating or just want to get away from a stressful world to find peace and serenity. The house has 7 individual suites and can accommodate up to 14 people. Come by yourself and rent just one room or bring all your friends or family and rent the whole house. San Salvador also called the “Forgotten Island” is a very special place. Unspoiled by mass tourism you can experience the real and untainted Bahamian lifestyle. The Bohemian is a very unique and drop dead gorgeous property, beautiful rooms with amazing water views, 3 different pools and a roof top jaccuzzi, a professional open kitchen, wine cellar, greenhouse, large dining room with all glass walls, breakfast room, relaxation room, outside pool shower and lots of outside space and sitting areas. The beaches are unspoiled, and you can walk for hours without seeing another human being. Eat fresh fish, conch or lobster right from the ocean, get a coconut directly from the tree in your backyard, see the dolphins swim by, go have a beer with the locals at Stanley’s bar or spend an evening in the Luxury Club Med resort with fantastic food, a show and dancing afterwards. Stefan the host of The Bohemian lives on the property and he will make your stay an unbelievable an unforgettable experience. If you want a secluded place, freedom, time to reflect while escaping the world as you know it, The Bohemian, a private residence, is your next destination. Prices start at $135 per person per night. Contact Stefan Bommerer 1 242 357 6028 or send e mail to

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