Eleuthera is known for its magnificent beaches, its laid-back Bahama charm and the Glass Window Bridge
Eleuthera is a long, thin island in the Bahamas archipelago. It's known for pink sand beaches like the long French Leave Beach. Close to Gregory Town, Surfer’s Beach offers big waves. To the southeast, Ten Bay Beach has shallow waters and a nearby cave. Surrounded by trees, Ocean Hole is a natural inland swimming spot with tropical fish and turtles. Edwin's Turtle Lake Marine Reserve shelters green sea turtles.