Cape Eleuthera

Cape Eleuthera Marina has earned the exclusive Blue Flag designation because of our strict environmental practices. We also deliver world class amenities and services to yachting and sport-fishing enthusiasts, in addition to the friendliest and highest quality customer service, ensuring that our marina will be your premier destination in The Bahamas. It is designed to provide ample berths for all types of watercraft, from the smallest fishing boats up to 200-foot yachts. And, it is situated on one of the best diving beaches in the world, offering you a dive experience unlike any other.

Spanish wells

Spanish Wells is a small town on the island of St. George’s Cay [1] 610 m (2,000 ft) wide by 2,860 m (9,380 ft) long, located approximately 500 m (1,600 ft) off the northern tip of Eleuthera island. According to the 2010 census, it has a population of 1,551 residents.[2] Spanish Wells is extended, however, by a bridge that links it to neighboring Russell Island, which is 5.8 km (3.6 mi) long and has become an integral part of the community.[3] Spanish Wells is so small that many residents get around the island using golf carts instead of full-sized cars.

Harbor Island

Rated as one of the “Best Bahamas Beaches” by the likes of Fodors, Frommers and The Travel Channel, Harbour Island Bahamas is famous for its three and a half miles of hard packed picture perfect pink sand beaches. Warm clear ocean waters provide excellent diving, fishing and boating while outlying reefs provide safe swimming and snorkeling. The people are friendly and the island is easy to navigate. Golf cart rentals, the transportation of choice, makes touring the island both fun and relaxing.

If you are looking for some of the best restaurants the Bahamas has to offer, Harbour Island is the place to be. Choices are plentiful and menus range from fine cuisine at The Landing and Pink Sands to delicious local fare at Queen Conch. Most offer a casual Bahamian atmosphere and unforgettable views of the island and its tropical surroundings. Bring a big appetite with you!

Basic to luxurious accommodations vary from fine resorts and hotels to charming vacation home rentals, houses, villas and cottages. Many of these are located directly on Harbour Island’s beach offering breathtaking views of the ocean while others are located in and around Dunmore Town on the tranquil side of the ocean or in the interior of the island. No matter where you stay, you are always minutes from the beach.

The weather on Harbor Island is exceptional. Average high temperatures are in the mid 70s and 80s and lows are in the mid 60s and 70s. Monthly rainfall in prime season is less than 4″. Ocean breezes keep you comfortable both day and night.

Tour our unique travel guide of photos and interactive map of Harbour Island and discover for yourself! “Briland”, as it’s known by the locals, offers an attractive combination of amenities not found anywhere else in the Bahamas. A splendorous place where one can wake up in the morning with nothing to do and only be half done by the end of the day.

Excerpts from reviews of Harbour Island Bahamas

“One of the Best Beaches on Earth for 2013 – Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island, Bahamas – Best for dramatic landscapes, famous for its sand. The beach, ranked number 5 for its dramatic landscape.” – Travel+Leisure

“Top Islands in Caribbean, Bermuda, and the Bahamas 2012: Harbour Island” – Travel+Leisure

“Probably the most beautiful beach in the world, pink sands turns salmon-coloured in the setting sun. The pristine quality of the water, the safe snorkelling, sheltered swimming…” – The Telegraph, UK

“The Best Bahamas Beaches: Pale-pink sands stretch for 3 miles past a handful of low-rise hotels and private villas. A coral reef protects the shore from breakers, making for some of the safest swimming in The Bahamas.” – Frommers

“Perhaps the most famous beach in the Bahamas, this 3-mile Eleutheran beach is covered in pink sand, colored by pulverized coral and shells.” – Fodors

“Beaches that will leave you speechless: Pink Sands Beach, Harbour Island, in the Bahamas. Its salmon-colored sand and turquoise sea is a popular backdrop for fashion photo shoots.” – Caribbean Travel & Life

“The sand is truly pink, the water is truly aquamarine, and there are so few people around that it feels like yours alone.” – Condé Nast

“The waters of the outer islands of the Bahamas – especially Great and Little Abaco, Eleuthera and Harbour Island (the next St. Barths, we think) – are glorious.” – Nota Bene

“Best island visit for 2004: I have to go with Harbour Island, one of the Out Islands of the Bahamas. The three miles of pink sand beach has been rated the best in the world, and visitors purr around the tiny island on golf carts.” – STLtoday

“Islands don’t get much more glam than this celeb-dripping, boutique-hotel lined, coral edged hideaway in the Bahamas. From the antique-filled India Hicks-designed retreat The Landing to the cool Dunmore Hotel, Harbour Island does a good line in upscale Caribbean chic. The island’s main town, Dunmore, also boasts photogenic pastel-painted cottages and white picket fences. Still need convincing? How about the fact that you arrive by water taxi? Or that you can swim off beaches the colour of candyfloss? Is there a downside? That depends on how you feel about getting around by golf buggy.” – The Independent

One of the “World’s Most Luxurious Beaches” – Forbes

“A pink-sand paradise in the Bahamas, Harbour Island is being called the next big thing.” – Travel & Leisure

“Blink your eyes. Are you in some kind of Lucy-in-the-Sky, fairy-floss and cream-pie hallucination? Or is that sand really pink? Yep, it is. Pink-sand beaches occur all along the east coast of Harbour Island. As if that is not enough to make it your new favourite island ever, you will also find the classic sighting, lucid, blue Bahamas seas. You can leave the rose-coloured glasses at home for this one.” – Lonely Planet’s Book, 1000 Ultimate Sights

“Editors’ Picks for Best Beaches in the Caribbean: Often renowned as one of the best pink-sand beaches in the world.” – Islands Magazine