Official Eleuthera Harbour Island brings you more information on things to see in picturesque South Eleuthera.
- Bannerman Town: A quiet town by the ocean with a rich history located in South Eleuthera and is home to the quiet Lighthouse Beach.
- Cathedral Cave: Located south of the Ocean Hole, the Cathedral Cave has openings in the cave ceilings. The sun rays passing through the openings light up the cave forming a breath-taking view. From 30 to 60 minutes are required for the cave tour.
- Tarpum Bay: The settlement is located between Rock Sound and Savannah Sound. Tarpon Fish used to be found on the beach, so it is called Tarpum Bay. The Tarpum Bay beach has shells on the beach, and conch shells can be seen in the crystal waters.
- Ocean Hole: Home to a rich ecosystem and tropical fish, the Ocean Hole is also referred to as a bottomless blue hole. It is also a fish feeding spot where you can spot parrotfish, snapper, and angelfish.
- Bahamian architecture: During your island tour, you will see a lot of vintage and historic Bahamian houses. A mesmerizing scene that you should not miss.
- St. Columbines Anglican Church: Built 1849, St. Columbines Anglican Church is a historical site located on Tarpum Bay.
- Fishermen’s pier: Fishermen go out fishing for conch, grouper, snapper, etc., at daybreak and return by 2:00 p.m. If you visit the pier at 3:00 p.m., you will see fishermen cleaning the fish and then bagging it. The fish will be sold to tourists who are visiting the pier. The 3:00 p.m. scene is authentic and rooted in tradition; it is how true fishermen work.
- Locally brewed liquor: In South Eleuthera, you will find various liquor stores that sell banana, pineapple, and coconut rum which you can take home as a souvenir.