Located on the southwest shore of Eleuthera, Rock Sound has gone from a popular resort area among the rich and famous to a quiet, secluded place to get away. One thing that has remained the same through it all is the calm beaches protected by the nearby coral reef system, which are often so undisturbed that fighting for space in the sand is never an issue.
You will discover several beaches to choose from in and around the area. Snorkeling is available at some of the beaches, for people who enjoy this relaxing pastime. Just click on each beach name to get additional information concerning that particular location.
One beach where snorkeling is a popular is Whiteland Beach. A bit of a distance from any kind of development and through a forest, visitors to Whiteland Beach will be given the ultimate private experience at this beach from a tropical dream.
Another top pick for visitors who enjoy snorkeling is Turtle Beach. Making up a long stretch of white sand, Turtle Beach is never in threat of being too crowded. Guests will be able claim there place along the sea's shore, of move to the cove for a more gentle beach experience.
Winding Bay Beach: There is a road dedicated to Winding Bay located just off Meridian Highway.
The chart right below offers more details regarding the beaches that you can find in and around the area.
|Cotton Bay Beach||8.5 mi. South of Central Rock Sound||South|
|9.3 mi. North of Central Rock Sound||South-Southeast|
|Jacks Bay Beach||6.1 mi. South of Central Rock Sound||South|
|Northside Beach||1.4 mi. East of Central Rock Sound||South-Southeast|
|Plum Creek Beach||10.4 mi. South West of Central Rock Sound||South|
|Turtle Beach||4.0 mi. North of Central Rock Sound||South-Southeast|
|White Road Beach||1.6 mi. Northeast of Central Rock Sound||South-Southeast|
|Whiteland Beach||2.6 mi. South-Southeast of Central Rock Sound||South|
|Winding Bay Beach||5.6 mi. North of Central Rock Sound||South-Southeast|
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