Relax on miles of pink and white sand beaches and swim in turquoise crystal-clear water.
Eleuthera Island is known for the high cliffs that fringe the eastern side of this Bahamas island, and where the Atlantic Ocean crashes onto its steep rocks. An island where diving, snorkelling and taking it easy are the favourite pastimes of both locals and visitors. The island is divided between North Eleuthera and South Eleuthera. One of the most popular spots is Harbour Island, famous for its pink and white sand beaches. Harbour Island often is called the Nantucket of the Caribbean. In addition to the beach, there are historical landmarks and a history lesson at every turn. Eleuthera is a true tropical paradise.