Treat Yourself—Island Style
The jewel in the crown of Harbour Island, Pink Sands Beach is 4.8 km of beautiful pink sand created by millions of microscopic Foraminifera shells mingling with the sand grains. Take a stroll or go horse riding for a fun afternoon.
Filled with eclectic shops, restaurants, and New England colonial-style buildings, Dunmore Town transports you back in time. The small, quiet lanes, historic architecture, and palm trees create a peaceful tableau begging to be explored.
The most visited and photographed building on the island, the Loyalist Cottage—built in 1797—stands strong as a testament to the tenacity and preservation of Harbour Island’s buildings.
Standing alone and strong on the northwest coast of Dunmore, the Lone Tree is a famous piece of driftwood offering a unique photo opportunity for Harbour Island explorers.
For several years, these unusual swimming pigs have called Harbour Island their home. They have an island all to themselves, but they’re ready to share it with you.
Located on St George’s Cay right off the coast of North Eleuthera, this island emanates a wondrous charm.
As the capital of Eleuthera and largest town on the island, Governors Harbour has a lovely collection of 19th century homes and churches overlooking its historic harbour. Friday Night Fish Fry in Governors Harbour is not to be missed!
Only accessible by boat, this stunning beach is a small sandbar of pure white sand filled with sand dollars and surrounded by different shades of turquoise water.
This blue hole is just minutes away from Preacher’s Cave on the northern part of Eleuthera. Jump in if you dare!
This large unique cave contains an altar constructed by shipwrecked Christians which still stands today. The site is used by visitors and locals for picnics and other social outings because of the lovely white sandy beach nearby.
The bridge connects the northern and southern points of Eleuthera by a paved road and is one of the few places where you can see the rich blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean on one side of the road and the calm turquoise waters of the Caribbean on the other side.
Natural pools formed by erosion and warmed by the blazing Bahamian sun allow for a wonderful place to lie back and relax while enjoying the stunning scenery surrounding you at low tide.
Tucked away in the southern part of Eleuthera, this wonderful gem of a nature preserve contains winding paths and gardens filled with flora and fauna both native and imported to the Bahamas.
If riding waves is your thing, bring your gear and head out to Surfer's Beach, just two miles south of Gregory Town, where southwest winds blow breaks in from the Atlantic
Just south of Surfer's Beach is Hatchet Bay Cave, filled with stalagmites and stalactites which take on the appearance of underground cathedrals in torch light.
The Gregory Town pineapple claims to be the sweetest on the planet, and it is believed that The Bahamas was the first country to produce pineapples on a commercial scale. You can take a guided tour of the pineapple fields, and there is also a resort and a festival named in honor of the fruit.