If you drive too fast you may just miss it. The entrance to the Queen’s Bath that is. Located on the 110 mile island of Eleuthera, just south of the Glass Window Bridge and north of the recently-opened Cove Eleuthera, the beauty of this poorly marked heritage site lies forever in the shadow of the beauty of the bridge which defines the phenomenal contrast of the dark blue Atlantic Ocean to the calm turquoise waters of the Great Bahama Bank.
P.S. Experience Tip: Enjoy with caution. Be sure to check the tides before visiting the Queen’s Bath, it is best to go when the tide is low for if she is high then with one wave she can sweep you out to sea. Also dress far more appropriate than myself, sandals are not recommended but a swimsuit is required.