Published Wednesday, January 4, 2012 Updated on Wednesday, May 17, 2017


The Islands of the Bahamas

A small group known as the Eleutherian Adventurers seeking religious freedom from the British first settled Eleuthera in 1649. This island north to south is approximately 90 miles long and, in most places averaging 2 to 3 miles across.  The island consists of rolling hills and valleys, coastal areas range from high steep cliffs and stunning sandy beaches.  A number of settlements that dot the coast of this Bahamas island are fast becoming a location of choice for reasonably priced vacation homes.

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Eleuthera Bahamas

Eleuthera, Bahamas