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Traveling to the island of Eleuthera is simple

With daily flights from Fort Lauderdale, Miami and Nassau to North Eleuthera (ELH) and Governor’s Harbour (GHB) airports, we can assure that your journey will be seamless. We are delighted to answer any questions you have about arriving to The Cove, Eleuthera or to make airport transportation easier on you.

map illustration of Eleuthera in Bahamas

Getting to The Cove

  • American Airlines – Daily flights from Miami to North Eleuthera (ELH)
  • Delta – Twice weekly flights from Atlanta to Eleuthera (ELH). Also offers direct flights from New York JFK to Nassau.
  • Silver Airways – Daily flights from Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach to North Eleuthera (ELH)
  • Aztec Airways – Five weekly flights from Ft. Lauderdale to North Eleuthera Airport (ELH)
  • Bahamas Air – Multiple daily flights from Nassau to GHB and ELH. Daily flights from Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando to Nassau
  • Southern Air Charter – Multiple daily flights from Nassau to GHB and ELH
  • Pineapple Air – Multiple daily flights from Nassau to GHB and ELH
  • View our location on Google Maps

With daily flights from Florida, Nassau, & Atlanta, arrive at The Cove just in time for sunset.

Private Air Partner

Privaira is a private aviation company focused on distinctive individuals and companies who fly private. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, the company provides air charter on its own fleet of aircraft to North Eleuthera (ELH) airport. Privaira offers two bespoke packages for guests of The Cove; visit their website for more or call 561.903.0586.

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The Cove Eleuthera

Eleuthera is an island in the Bahamas, lying 50 miles (80 km) east of Nassau. It is long and thin—110 miles (180 km) long and in places little more than 1 mile (1,600 m) wide. The name “Eleuthera” is derived from the feminine form of the Greek adjective, eleutheros, meaning ‘free’.

The topography of the island varies from wide rolling sand beaches to large outcrops of ancient coral reefs. The eastern side of the island faces the Atlantic Ocean while the western side faces the Great Bahama Bank, one of the two Bahama Banks. Come visit the serene side of the Bahamas at The Cove Eleuthera.