Central on the island of Eleuthera, Governor's Harbour is the only major settlement, and as such welcomes the most beach goers on a regular basis. Although the beaches may be slightly more crowded than others on the island, they are still very calm -- except on Friday nights when bonfires and fish fries keep things lively.
You will discover a large selection of beaches to choose from in and around the area. Just click on the beach names to get additional information concerning that beach.
Browney Beach: The beach is accessible by car is just opposite the town of Governor's Harbour on Eluthera's long, skinny middle.
A second alternative worth considering is South Palmetto Point. Like many beaches on the quite island of Eleuthera, South Palmetto Point East is a quiet one. Visitors looking to get away from it all will do so easily here.
Holmes Bay Beach: While there is no dedicated parking area, those arriving via car will be able to park along the side of the road. However, most visitors are from the nearby villas and cottages, and they either walk or take their bicycles.
The beaches in and around Governors Harbour are displayed down below.
|Browney Beach||3.3 mi. East of Central Governors Harbour||South East|
|Double Bay Beach||7.8 mi. East-Southeast of Central Governors Harbour||South East|
|Governors Harbour Beach||0.2 mi. South West of Central Governors Harbour||South-Southeast|
|Holmes Bay Beach||5.4 mi. Northwest of Central Governors Harbour||Northwest|
|4.7 mi. East-Southeast of Central Governors Harbour||East-Southeast|
|Queen's Beach||7.7 mi. Southeast of Central Governors Harbour||South East|
|South Palmetto Point||5.3 mi. Southeast of Central Governors Harbour||South East|
|Tippy's Beach||2.5 mi. East of Central Governors Harbour||East-Southeast|
|5.1 mi. East-Southeast of Central Governors Harbour||East-Southeast|
Fortunately, there are additional kinds attractions available. Those interested can learn more about other attractions here.
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