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Eleuthera is part of The Family Islands of The Bahamas.

The Bahamas is one of the most popular second home and vacation destinations in the world attracting visitors from the United States, the U.K., Canada, Latin America and Europe. The Bahamas achieved their independence from Great Britain in 1973. The Bahamas is a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. It is a very stable democratic country with a legal system based on British Common Law and the Bahamian Parliament enjoys over 285 years of continuous sessions, representing the third oldest Parliamentary democracy in the Western Hemisphere. The stability of the country and its’ English speaking population have led The Bahamas to be a large International Banking center in addition to being very active in tourism.

Eleuthera’s ideal proximity to the United States combined with its unbridled natural beauty, make it the perfect haven for discriminating travelers looking for a true island getaway. A short flight from the U.S. mainland, and with three airports to arrive or depart from on the island, this is ideal spot for long weekend getaways or an enchanting place for long-term vacations or a second-home. To see flight information please click here.

A slender island of less than 1 mile wide on average, yet stretching over 90 miles long guarantees your bare feet can sink into the silky, soft, pink sands any time you choose. Eleuthera offers beautiful pink sand beaches, panoramic views, untouched landscapes of rolling green hills, dramatic cliffs, and quiet coves are all waiting for you. In addition you will enjoy the welcoming local population, renowned for their hospitality and easy manner.


Eleuthera Island Map