Located only an hour and fifteen minutes away from Ft. Lauderdale by air, The Bahamian Island of Eleuthera is over 100 miles in length and averages only a mile or two wide, providing 200 miles of pristine coastline. This includes long stretches of unspoiled beaches—each with their own unique personality. That alone is enough to attract anyone to Eleuthera but it is really only the beginning. This island has so much more to offer: Cliffs and caves and coves. Sport fishing, diving reefs, organic farms, historic buildings and nature preserves. All are just waiting to be explored. There are resorts, full-service marinas and vacation home rentals. Restaurants offer everything from fine cuisine to local fare. More adventure awaits you on the smaller islands of Harbor Island and Spanish Wells, just a short ferry ride away. There is something for everyone in this nature-lovers paradise. Come and discover this true treasure of the Bahamas!
Some of our favorite destinations in Eleuthera include the following resorts and businesses:
Valentines Resort and Marina | Romora Bay Resort and Marina | The Rainbow Inn | The Cove | Royal Palm Hotel
Be sure to let them know that we sent you !
Flights from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport to:
Eleuthera - North Eleuthera Airport and Governor’s Harbour airports.
Abaco - Marsh Harbour and Treasure Cay airports
Make your reservations online or contact the reservations desk at 954-601-3742
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