Alabaster Beach - Bahamas, North Eleuthera, Governors Harbour


Alabaster Beach is a stunning beach located in Governors Harbour, Bahamas. The beach is known for its powdery white sand and crystal clear blue water.


Amenities at the beach include bathroom access and picnic tables. Dogs are allowed on the beach, but must be kept on a leash.


Visitors can enjoy activities such as swimming, sunbathing, beachcombing, and snorkeling.


There is a parking lot available at Alabaster Beach, and it is free to park.

Fun Fact

Fun fact about Alabaster Beach is that it is named after the Alabaster Rocks located on the beach, which is a popular spot for visitors to take photos.


Attractions near Alabaster Beach include the Glass Window Bridge, Queen's Bath, and the Leon Levy Native Plant Preserve. Visitors can also explore the charming town of Governors Harbour, which is known for its colonial architecture and vibrant culture.


There are several restaurants near Alabaster Beach, including 1648 Bar & Grille, Tippy's, and The Buccaneer Club. These restaurants offer a variety of cuisines including seafood, Bahamian, and Caribbean.


There are several hotels near Alabaster Beach, including The Buccaneer Club, Pineapple Fields, and The Rainbow Inn. The Buccaneer Club is a beachfront resort that offers stunning views of the ocean. Pineapple Fields is located just a short distance from the beach and offers spacious suites with modern amenities. The Rainbow Inn is a cozy bed and breakfast that offers a relaxed atmosphere and is perfect for those looking for a more affordable option.


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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Sandee Rating: 80/100

Alabaster Beach does not have dedicated parking but has street parking near the entrance.

No, Alabaster Beach does not have lifeguards monitoring the beach – please be careful when swimming on this beach.

Alabaster Beach is not family-friendly and does not have restrooms, lifeguards, and nearby food.

Alabaster Beach boasts excellent swimming conditions, attracting swimmers of all skill levels with its gentle waves and clear waters.

Alabaster Beach does not have restrooms on or near the beach.

No, Alabaster Beach maintains a family-friendly atmosphere and does not allow nude bathing.

Alabaster Beach does not have nearby food options – please plan your beach day accordingly.

Alabaster Beach is a good place to Snorkeling

Alabaster Beach does not have accommodations for people with disabilities.

Alabaster Beach is not dog-friendly.

Alabaster Beach is not generally considered to be good for surfing.