From endless pineapple fields to pink-sand beaches with secluded coves and miles of coastlines, Eleuthera is one of the most beautiful islands in the Bahamas.
Much of the architecture and way of life was influenced by British Loyalists who settled here in the 1700s. This style has since been adopted by the other Bahamian islands, making Eleuthera the birthplace of the entire country.
The famous Glass Window Bridge is a site to behold with the wild Atlantic Ocean on the east and tranquil Caribbean Sea on the west.
Governor's Harbour in central Eleuthera is the main settlement and the nearby homes along Bank's Road exude classic barefoot luxury.