Pristine coral reefs, unspoiled beaches, and the secret Caribbean.
Paradise Island is packed with casinos, nightlife, celebrity chef-backed restaurants, and popular beaches, but Eleuthera—just a stone's throw away—is becoming the go-to spot for a high-end but less crowded getaway. With its gorgeous beaches and easy access to Harbor Island, Eleuthera is a quiet respite of unspoiled beaches and endless activities. Beneath the waves, pristine coral reefs offer fantastic snorkeling, while the nearby Briland's Blue Hole awaits intrepid divers. And then of course there's swimming pigs...
Did You Know?
Eleuthera is said to be the pineapple capital of the world. Tourists and locals alike claim that the island produces the sweetest pineapples in the world. The best way to enjoy them? The annual Pineapple Festival each June celebrates the fruit that has been farmed on the Island since the mid 18th century.
No trip to Eleuthera is complete without doing the most Instagrammable activity on the island: swimming with pigs. About 30-45 minutes by boat from northern Eleuthera is a smaller, less crowded pig island where you can feed, play and interact with the pigs (and lots of ducks) that live on the island.
"Tallinn is a mecca of iconic cityscape views mixed with promenades and beaches that are well worth a visit anytime of year."
Perfectly placed throughout The Cove Resort's 40 acres you'll find dozens of hand-woven hammocks, each with a gorgeous view of the Caribbean sunset. Rent out one for you own during Hammock Happy Hour, Wednesdays and Fridays from 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm, which offers guests specialty cocktails whipped up by expert mixologists and mini bites (artisanal cheeses, charcuterie) to enjoy while you watch the sun go down and relax in your private hammock.
It doesn’t get any fresher than the seafood and sushi at this hilltop restaurant with sweeping views of the ocean. Grab a cocktail at the bar first and watch the sun dip below the sea, then grab a table inside for a phenomenal feast. Definitely start with sushi (the wicked tuna roll doesn’t disappoint), and experiment with the daily specials. The seafood is caught daily, and the veggies and greens are grown right on the property in its very own garden.
Well worth the ferry trip over is lunch at this adorable luxury hotel. Sit outside under the canopy, perched on a hill overlooking the aquamarine colors of the Caribbean. The tuna crispy nachos and warm crab and artichoke dip are great starters, and the Frosé cocktails are perfect for a warm afternoon outside.
STAY: @The Cove