A Day On A Deserted Beach.

by Dan
(London, UK)

A Conch shell on the beautiful Club Med beach.

A Conch shell on the beautiful Club Med beach.

We arrived in Central Eleuthera and heard that a good beach to visit would be the Club Med Beach, also known as French Leave Beach. As it was close to where we were staying in Governor's Harbour, we decided to visit!

We couldn't believe we were the only sun seekers on the long and beautiful beach when we arrived at 11 a.m. By lunchtime, the contingent of beach lovers had swelled to six inlcuding the three of us!

We had beautiful rum punches and lovely snacks in the friendly Tapas Bar and enjoyed the stunning views of the beach.

At some point in the day I had wandered off to take some pictures. I found this Conch shell - pictured above - and, as it is so important to Eleuthera, decided to use it in a photo involving the beach.

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Nov 02, 2009
Eleuthera's Club Med Beach & Twin Coves
by: Dieter

Hello Dan,

Thanks for a really great photo and you are right, Club Med Beach is sensational! In 1997 a hurricane took down the old Club Med and no new resort has been built yet. There's one in the pipeline but it will probably not be built anytime soon.

Since the new restaurant opened on the Club Med Beach, everybody can enjoy the spectacular view while having one of those excellent tapas/snacks that are being served while we relax on the deck, seated in comfortable padded chairs. We like the Beach House Tapas & Wine Bar, too, not only for the view but the tasty food they serve.

Had you walked about 15 minutes north of Club Med Beach, you would have found another pearl of a beach, no, actually two beaches. Take a look at Twin Coves here.

If you have another interesting photo and the story that goes with it, you are always welcome to publish it on my site.

Best regards from sunny Eleuthera,

Dieter Schoop

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