The Cove, Eleuthera
NOW OPEN! - This relaxing seaside inn on 40 acres is an island legend reborn with a complete renovation that meshes quaint island charm with luxurious suites and a beach house that makes it easy to relax. After all, that’s the whole point of this Caribbean resort, where you can escape from the typical beach vacation, the crowds, the lines and all the noise. At The Cove, Eleuthera the loudest sound you’ll hear are the waves crashing against the rocky shores. The pink sand private beach is yours for the taking. Pull up a beach chair, walk along the shores. Swim, snorkel, but above all, just relax.
Travel Savvy Magazine calls The Cove, Eleuthera, on Eleuthera Island one of the top five new resorts. A rocky promontory separates two coves; one has a small sandy beach with tropical huts, lounge chairs and kayaks. The other is a rocky cove ideal for snorkeling.
The Cove, Eleuthera prides itself on its casual atmosphere, where guests feel like family from the moment they arrive. And that’s how the staff wants it. Guests often are surprised by all that The Cove has to offer, from its quaint gift shop to all the activities, including snorkeling, fishing, deep-sea diving, eco-tours, massages and plenty of exploration of Eleuthera Island and nearby Harbour Island. The 110-mile island offers plenty of coves, beaches and natural landscape for exploration. Since much of this island is not developed, you get to explore the island as the locals do, in its natural environment. And along the way, island residents will give you tips — like showing you the best way to hold a baby octopus — and invite you to experience the true Bahamas.
Curious about whether this resort looks as good as the photos? Consider this. National Geographic selected The Cove, Eleuthera for its newest film, which showcases the pristine pink beaches and the crystal-clear waters.
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New U.S. Passport Regulations
As of January 23, 2007 all U.S. citizens are required to carry valid U.S. passports when traveling to and from The Bahamas.