This beach has two small coves because of the small cay that is very close to the beach. The wave action has piled sand up behind the cay, and the sand acts like a bridge from the beach to the cay. At high tide the water covers the sand between the coves, but by only a few inches. This beach is on the Atlantic side, and about 1 mile from the middle of Governors Harbour.
It can be a challenge snorkeling there, depending on the wave action. There are reefs close by which do supply shelter from some surf.
This is quite a unique beach, and is as beautiful as it gets on Eleuthera.
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