A Guide to Buying Property in Eleuthera & Harbour Island, Bahamas

Welcome to our guide to buying property in Eleuthera & Harbour Island, Bahamas.

Here you can find out all about the real estate market, including the best places to buy and property prices.

To find out about the buying process, read our guide to buying property in The Bahamas.


Overview – Eleuthera Real Estate & Harbour Island Real Estate

Located 50 miles east of Nassau, Eleuthera is home to approximately 11,000 people, making it the fourth most populated island in The Bahamas.

Eleuthera has been voted “The Best Island in the Caribbean” by Travel & Leisure Magazine.

Harbour Island lies off the north-east coast of Eleuthera.

Part of the Out Islands, Eleuthera and Harbour Island are famed for their pink sand beaches, colonial architecture and friendly people, which has made them popular locations for buying a second home in The Bahamas. Both new and re-sale homes are available.


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How to Get to Eleuthera & Harbour Island

There are 3 airports on Eleuthera: North Eleuthera International Airport, Governor’s Harbour International Airport and Rock Sound International Airport.

There are regular direct and chartered flights from Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Nassau to North Eleuthera and Governor’s Harbour.

Alternatively you can get to Eleuthera by boat. Harbour Island, North Eleuthera, Cape Eleuthera and Rock Sound have designated Official Port of Entry status.

To get to Harbour Island take a 10 minute water taxi from North Eleuthera.