Eleuthera, The Bahamas
With miles of striking coastline, expansive pineapple fields, secluded coves, exquisite pink-sand beaches, and turquoise waters, Eleuthera epitomizes the beauty and allure of The Bahamas. Founded by William Sayle in 1648, Eleuthera is considered the birthplace of The Bahamas. The name “Eluethera” derives its meaning from the Greek word for “freedom.” You will never experience a greater sense of freedom than when you are relaxing on the island of Eleuthera.
If you are looking for a well-appointed home overlooking the best beach on the island where you can “get away from it all,” reconnect with family, or simply enjoy the freedom that only island-life can provide, consider staying with us and discover paradise on earth.
Barefoot Beach Villa