We figured since this beach was in The Elusive Beaches of Eleuthera it would be a busy place. Lucky for us that was not the case, it was just another fabulous deserted beach. I think part of our luck with deserted beaches, besides the fact that Eleuthera is known for them, is that we arrive early. We are usually on the beach by 10am at the latest, before most of the other beach goers have left their homes. We are early risers and like to have a full day on the beach and still make it home in time for cocktail hour.
We did not know what to expect when we got there but we were very pleasantly surprised. You could tell the water was shallower here then many of the Atlantic Beaches, around 15-20ft deep all the way to the outer reef. The shallower water made for a spectacular view from the top of the dune where we parked. The water was that spectacular bright Caribbean blue that is so hard to believe is real in photographs till you actually experience it for yourself.
After our long hard day we packed up the car, said goodbye to our new second favorite spot (nothing tops Parrotfish beach) and headed home. We had worked up quite an appetite so we made up a small batch of fish tacos, along with grilled lobster and yellow rice. We enjoyed our wonderful meal on the deck of Caribbean Blue with a glass of red wine while we watched another sunset in paradise.