Eleuthera, Bahamas

Eleuthera is a small island in the Bahamas that is located due east of New Providence (Nassau). At 100
miles long and a mere two miles wide, Eleuthera effortlessly keeps travelers near its secluded pink-
and white-sand beaches. Together with Harbour Island, Eleuthera charms travelers with colonial
villages and pineapple plantations.

The Out Island of Eleuthera is known for its gorgeous beaches and friendly people. Out Islands are the
most remote in the Bahamas archipelago of islands. But please don't confuse being secluded with
being sleepy. The Out Islands are home to some of the world's most stunning beaches, dive sites, and
fishing sites. So you can be as relaxed or as active as the day allows. Come stay at Coconut Point and
experience paradise!

See below for detailed information about the island. Also, for additional travel information, maps and
photos for Eleuthera, visit
Eleuthera Travel .

Getting There

Eleuthera can be most easily reached from Fort Lauderdale (FLL) or West Palm Beach (PBI) in Florida
or Nassau (NAS) in the Bahamas. It is about a 1 hour and 20 minute flight from Lauderdale to
Eleuthera's Governor's Harbour (GHB) airport. Alternately, it takes about 20 minutes to fly from Nassau
to GHB. There are 3 airports on Eleuthera. Governor's Harbour is the most convenient to Coconut Point,
but guests can also fly into North Eleuthera and Rock Sound.

There is also a ferry that travels from Nassau to Eleuthera:


Eleuthera Airports

Governor's Harbour (GHB) – about 20 miles north of Coconut Point
North Eleuthera (ELH) – about 60 miles north of Coconut Point
Rock Sound (RSD) – about 30 miles south of Coconut Point

Airlines From Ft. Lauderdale and West Palm Beach

Silver Airways

Bahamas Air

United Airlines

Airlines From Nassau

Bahamas Air

Southern Air

Pineapple Air

Exploring Eleuthera

Vacationing in Eleuthera is a way to get to know the REAL Bahamas. There is a lot more to the
Bahamas than the casino towers, straw markets and conch fritters of Nassau. In Eleuthera, you WON'T
find high rises, strip malls, casinos, chain stores and restaurants, street peddlers, crowds or
congestion. In fact, Eleuthera has no working traffic lights (there is one light on the island and it was
knocked-out of service by a hurricane many years ago)!

Some island sights to see include:

Lighthouse Point
Harbor Island
Governor's Harbor Friday Night Fish Fry
Hatchett Bay Caves
Preacher's Cave
Queen's Baths
Ocean Hole
The Island School
Glass Window Bridge
The Island Farm
Island Made Gift Shop
Fishing, Diving and Kayaking excursions

For more information on things to see and do, check out:



There are a number of good restaurants near Coconut Point. One of our favorites not to be missed is
Tippy's. The location is great--right on the Atlantic--and most of the time is open to the ocean breezes.
The menu features fresh seafood, pizza, pastas and salads as well as Bahamian dishes. It is located
on the Banks Road between North Palmetto Point and Governor's Harbor.

Beach House, Governor's Harbor 242-332-3387 -- Tapas restaurant on the Banks Road on Club Med
Cocodimama, Governor's Harbor 242-332-3150 -- pasta and fresh fish on a beautiful, quiet beach
Mate and Jenny's, South Palmetto Point 242-332-1504-- pizzas, Bahamian dishes and more
Pammy's, Governors Harbor 242-332-2843-- great conch and grouper burgers
The Bistro at Sky Beach Club, Governor's Harbor 242-332-3422 -- upscale restaurant at Club Med
Sunset Inn, Governors Harbor -- great Bahamian food, reasonable prices
Tippy's, Governors Harbor 242-332-3331-- great location, good food
Unique Village, North Palmetto Point 242-332-1830-- breakfast, lunch and dinner, gorgeous views
Coconut Point - Eleuthera
Stairs to Beach and Kayaks at Coconut Point
View of Beach from Coconut Point to the South
Google Earth View of Double Bay
Google Earth View of Eleuthera
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"What an amazing
time we had at
Coconut Point!
We've got some
memories of this
fabulous house and
beach to take
home. Thanks for
the memories!"

--The Chatterton's,
March 2008