Preacher's Cave was discovered in the 1600's by Captain William Sayles upon shipwrecking on the Devil's Backbone reef that runs along the northern edge of Eleuthera. The passengers took refuge in the cave and held service there for an estimated 100 years. It is about 10 miles north of the North Eleuthera Airport on the way to Spanish Wells. It's tucked inland across from the beautiful stretch of Tay Bay Beach.
The Glass Window Bridge
A stunning display of nature with the deep blue of the Atlantic and the glowing turquoise of the Sound dissected by a narrow strip of land. From North Eleuthera head south towards Gregory Town and you can't miss it.
Ten Bay Beach
Off the beaten path, this beautiful beach on the protected Sound side is shallow and protected, even in the winter easterlys.
50 miles south of Govorner's Harbour is Lighthouse Point, home of two of the most beautiful Eleutheran beaches, Lighthouse Beach and Lighthouse Bay. An SUV is recommended to navigate the dirt road.
Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve
Located in Governor's Harbour, The Leon Levy Preserve showcases native plants and the biodiversity of The Bahamas on 25 acres. Follow the network of trails and explore the natural beauty of The Bahamas.