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#1 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches
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#2 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: National Parks
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French Leave Beach (Governor's Harbour)
#3 of 27 in Eleuthera
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#4 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches

On the Carribean side, South of South Palmetto Point, look for sign that says Beach access, you will find tranquil waters with unbelievable views.  A must see while on Eleuthera. more »

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#5 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches
A remote, one-mile stretch of white beach surrounded by pines: a peacefull, scenic place to lounge and snorkel.
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#6 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Hot Springs/ Geysers
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#7 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Geologic Formations
Window-like geological formation that provides a unique view from bay to ocean.
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Haynes Library (Governor's Harbour)
#8 of 27 in Eleuthera
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#9 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches
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#10 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Reefs; Geologic Formations

Current Cut is an incredible dive. Few dive magazines or guide books have been able to do it justice, and even fewer photographers. Why? Because neither words nor pictures can... more »

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#11 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Islands
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#12 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches; Bodies of Water

Winding Bay is southeast of Tarpum Bay and north of Rock Sound in South Eleuthera. Originally purchased for development back in the 40s by Arthur Vining Davis who eventually... more »

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#13 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Historic Sites; Resort Communities

 Tarpum Bay is the former home of Mal Flanders, and Lord McMillan Hughes, premier artists whose work can still be seen hanging in various homes and restaurants. The Hughes Castle... more »

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Twin Cove Beach (Governor's Harbour)
#14 of 27 in Eleuthera
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#15 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Caverns/ Caves

Preacher's Cave was inhabited by William Sayles and his shipwrecked Eleutheran Adventurers in the 1600s. Located in North Eleuthera, the cave is very close to the beachfront and... more »

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#16 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Geologic Formations

  Ocean Hole is what is known as a blue hole in the Bahamas.  In short, a blue hole is an underwater cave.  There are in fact several throughout the Bahamas (in the Exumas, Andros... more »

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#17 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Resort Communities
Bautiful seaside town on Eleuthera, known for its colorful houses, lush gardens, and picturesque setting.
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#18 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Islands
Off the east coast of Eleuthera, this tiny island is a favorite for the rich and famous.
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#19 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Islands
Known for its crawfish, this small, picturesque island is a popular daytrip destination.
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Northside Beach (Rock Sound)
#20 of 27 in Eleuthera
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#21 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Caverns/ Caves
Full of bats, this mile-long cave is best visited with a local guide.
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Spider Cave (Rock Sound)
#22 of 27 in Eleuthera
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Lover's Beach (Gregory Town)
#23 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches
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#24 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches
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#25 of 27 in Eleuthera
Category: Beaches; Resort Communities
Small, ocean-side community with a spectacular beach and breathtaking views of the sea and Mt. Alvernia.
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Category: Reefs; Geologic Formations
This strech of shallow reef has put many a tear in unwary ships' bottoms, giving it its name.
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Category: Reefs
Large coral heads surrounded by pure white sand: a scenic diving site near the northern end of Eleuthera.
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