Things to Doin and around Eleuthera

Looking for places to eat in Eleuthera?

Seven Seas Takeaway Restaurant
Phone: 242-335-1011

On East Street on the right hand side just as you enter Lower Bogue. Casual dining restaurant and bar with good local Bahamian food, serves dinner and sandwiches.

Daddy Joe’s Sandbar
Phone: 242-335-5688

Daddy Joe’s restaurant and bar is a good option, and remember they serve breakfast, lunch and dinner! (located just south of the Glass Window Bridge)

The Cove Bar & Restaurant
Direct: (242) 335-5141
Reservations: (866) 644-4452

Located at The Cove Resort, about a mile and half north of Gregory Town. Reservations required.


Pineapple Festival
Dates Vary May-June

First introduced in 1988, this annual festival is a celebration of the tradition of pineapple farming in Eleuthera, and honors the pineapple farmers for their outstanding contributions to the community. It is designed around the harvesting of pineapples, to create awareness of this once lucrative and important agricultural heritage.

Bahamians and visitors from all walks of life come together to enjoy and participate in pineapple-themed activities, such as a pineapple eating contest, pineapple cooking contest, old time pineapple crazy sports, 40-mile pineapple cycling classic, a triathlon, plaiting of the pineapple pole, non-stop pineapple party time with live entertainment, beverage treats, and much more.

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Discover Eleuthera

From endless pineapple fields to white- and pink-sand beaches to secluded coves and miles of coastlines, Eleuthera & Harbour Island define The Bahamas. Much of the architecture and way of life was influenced by British Loyalists who settled here in the 1700s. This style has since been adopted by the other Bahamian islands, making Eleuthera & Harbour Island the birthplace of the entire country. In addition, the islands continue to charm visitors with tropical flair, as Harbour Island is known as one of the best islands in the Caribbean. If you’re visiting The Bahamas, Eleuthera & Harbour Island are not to be missed.