View of Harbour Island from the boat ride over
The Glass Window Bridge- the narrowest place on earth where the Atlantic Ocean and Caribbean Sea meet
The Queen's Baths
Yachts on Harbour Island
Our private 2 mile beach on the Atlantic side
Today I am sharing my final post about my time in Eleuthera over spring break. Although some of the days were a bit breezy, it was sunny and in the 80s everyday, making for picture perfect beach days. My family stayed at Buttonwood Reserve in Eleuthera and loved it. There are 8 units, all with ocean views, a private 2 mile beach, a pool, golf carts, paddle boards, and kayaks. The only one downside to this was that it was located about 15-20 minutes from Governor's Harbour which is where we ate dinner most nights.
Although we did spend most of our stay at the beach, we took a boat over to Harbour Island for the day. We wondered around the quaint little island, went to the beach, and enjoyed lunch at Sip Sip. The island reminds me of a combination of Nantucket and Seaside, Florida and I would highly recommend checking it out if you visit Eleuthera. Unlike many of the islands, Eleuthera is not extremely built up and does not have a ton of resorts. Despite this, there are a bunch of delicious restaurants, our favorites being Tippy's, the 1648 Bar & Grille, and the Buccaneer Club. Overall our time in Eleuthera was the perfect escape from April in New England and I am missing the warm weather already!
Preppy by the Sea