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**NEW LUXE Villa Soreli - 1 B/R Oceanfront w/Pool
Entire villa · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath
**NEW LUXE Villa Soreli - 1 B/R Oceanfront w/PoolVilla Soreli, a brand new bespoke Ocean Front Coastal Luxury Villa rental in Rainbow Bay, Eleuthera Bahamas. This one bedroom private villa includes a Queen-sized Master bedroom with an additional King-size Sleeper Sofa to accommodate a family of 4. Our villa is fully equipped with a full kitchen, indoor & outdoor shower, high end finishes & a plunge pool overlooking the Caribbean Sea. It is walking distance to Rainbow Bay Beach. Nestled in between the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
Oceanview at Casa Casuarina.
Entire loft · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath
Oceanview at Casa Casuarina.Welcome to Casa Casuarina, a totally newly constructed colonial styled three-unit development, located 15 minutes from the airport and a mere 5-minute drive from the city center of Governor’s Harbour. The building contains 2 one-bedroom apartments and one deluxe loft with panoramic ocean views of Balara Bay and Levy Island.
Beautiful Bliss
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 baths
Beautiful Bliss'Beautiful Bliss' is a unique 1 Bedroom 1.5 Bath rental space situated on a scenic hilltop, overlooking spectacular harbour views. The newly constructed rental is located nearby the famous pink sand beach (4 minute walk) and is also central to convenient grocery stores and restaurants. Build authentic island memories with your stay at 'Beautiful Bliss'.

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  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Governor's Harbour
Mama-Sea-Ta at Casa Casuarina.
G$24,902 per night
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. BS
The Village
G$28,250 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. North Palmetto Point
"Heavana" - 2 bd/1 bath Eco Jungle Cottage
G$16,741 per night
  1. Entire townhouse
  2. Dunmore Town
Romalia's Townhouse, Lady Regina Suite 1
G$47,083 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Hatchet Bay
Sea Spray Cottage sits right over the water!!!
G$28,189 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Gregory Town
G$57,546 per night
  1. Entire residential home
  2. Gregory Town
The View at Surfer's Beach - Lower Unit Only
G$11,024 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Governor's Harbour
Historic 2BR 2BA Island Cottage on Private Estate
G$47,083 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Spanish Wells
Island Time Cottage with Free Golf Cart
G$26,157 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Dunmore Town
Island Cottage near Pink Sand Beach! Kid Friendly!
G$58,593 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Gregory Town
The Jungle Cottage - Beach and Jungle all in one!
G$35,664 per night
  1. Entire cottage
  2. Governor's Harbour
1BR 1BA Garden Cottage on Private Estate w/Pool!
G$40,806 per night

Your guide to Eleuthera

Welcome to Eleuthera

Eleuthera is all about the beach vibes. Yes, there are a few glitzy enclaves on this impossibly skinny island, but for the most part it remains a low-key place where the feeling of escape is still possible. This narrow ribbon of land in the Bahamas is traversed by just a single highway, which meanders past green hills, pineapple farms, and secluded coves. Its most remarkable feature is its wide pink-sand beaches, whose fantastical color is thanks to ground-up coral. Those reefs are a major draw for snorkelers and divers hoping to catch a glimpse of the abundant sea life, which includes rays and sharks. Mysterious shipwrecks also tempt the underwater explorer crowd.

There are calm beaches suited for a leisurely paddle here, as well as those celebrated for their surf breaks. Rock outcroppings along the shoreline form natural pools that fill with ocean water that warms in the sun, creating temporary and soothing baths. If it’s possible to overachieve at relaxing, this might be the place to do it.

How do I get around Eleuthera?

There are three airports on little Eleuthera, and which one you choose likely depends on where you are coming from and where you are going. North Eleuthera Airport (ELH) is located, naturally, on the northern tip of the island; Governor’s Harbour Airport (GHB) is roughly in the middle; and Rock Sound Airport (RSD) is in the south. Once you’re on the ground, opt for a car rental, which is the easiest way to get around the island. Driving from tip to tip on scenic Queen’s Highway is as much an appeal of this island as its beaches.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Eleuthera?

The Bahamas enjoy idyllic tropical weather just about all year round. Even cooler winter days still make for decent beach weather. During the rainy season, thunderstorms roll though the island, especially in May and June. Make sure to monitor the weather forecast during hurricane season, which stretches from June to November. Starting on Christmas Day and continuing through early February, the island throws festive parties known as Junkanoo, which involve brightly colored costumes, parades, and whimsical masks. In June the island celebrates the pineapple harvest with Pineapple Fest, which features pineapple-themed cuisine and a pineapple-eating contest.

What are the top things to do in Eleuthera?

Leon Levy Native Plant Reserve

Sprawling more than 30 acres, this national park showcases the myriad flora of the island. More than 400 native species grow here, grouped in categories including medicinal, poisonous, and edible. There’s a mangrove forest and a waterfall here too, all navigable by a series of winding trails.

Glass Window Bridge

This remarkable natural phenomenon is so bold and startling, it seems like a trick of the eye. The dark blue waters of the Atlantic Ocean and the topaz waters of the Bight of Eleuthera (not the Caribbean Sea, as many assume) meet here, separated by only a 30-foot-wide ribbon of land. The result is a visual wonder that trumps any movie special effects.

Ocean’s Hole

There are beautiful beaches galore here, but peel yourself away from the shore to explore this unique place. This circular blue hole — a deep underwater cavern or sinkhole — is surrounded by trees and teeming with fish, and was once explored by oceanographer Jacques Cousteau. You won’t get the same vantage point as that famed adventurer, but you can still splash around in waters believed by some to have healing properties.