This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
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$200 per night 2 night min stay
$200 per night 4 night min stay
Tarpum Bay Travel Tips
Tarpum Bay Vacation Rentals on Eleuthera Island
Tarpum Bay is a small fishing village and artist colony on the hundred-mile long Eleuthera Island located 217 miles east of Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. Tarpum Bay is in the center of the island, so you can go north toward Harbor Island, Spanish Wells and Surfer's Beach, or south to the Bannerman Light House Beach, Governor's Harbor and Cape Eleuthera.
Tarpum Bay Vacation Rentals Just Like Home
If peace, quiet and relaxing are high on your vacation priority list, choose Tarpum Bay Vacation Rentals and settle in just like at home. When you're ready to see the sights, Tarpum Bay has unique shops and restaurants and a castle in the middle of town, built by a Scottish-Irish sculptor and painter. Seafood lovers can buy fresh fish, lobster and conch from the dock or enjoy a fresh crab pizza in town. The Tarpum Bay Taxi Service makes runs twice a day to the Rock Sound airport and is available for travel around the island, or you can rent a golf cart and set out on your own.
Eleuthera A World Renowned Vacation Destination
Eleuthera villas offer unpopulated beaches, snorkeling, diving, and surfing. Eluethera is home to the Cotton Bay Golf Club in Rock Sound. The island has two of the most beautiful sights in the Bahamas—the Glass Window Bridge and the Harbor Island beach. The Glass Window Bridge is a "neck" of land formed at the narrowest part of the island. This neck, or bridge, is just 100 feet across. You can stand on the bridge and see the dark Atlantic water on one side and the turquoise waters of the Caribbean on the other side—at the same time. Come stay at Tarpum Bay resorts, and don't pass up the chance to visit Harbor Island and one of the most unique beaches in the world—a beach with three miles of pink sand.