(The following is from www.threebestbeaches.com
Eleuthera is known for its many beaches, but none are quite as beautiful as a little secluded wonder known as Whiteland Beach. This hard to reach beach is reef protected but still boasts a long beach with sun-whitened sand and beautiful areas of pink sand.
Walking into the water, you’ll instantly find that there is an even, sandy bottom and many natural tiny coves to swim around in. Swimming is perfect all day, but for those of you who prefer walking then you will want to visit in the mornings or the evenings. Even lounging on the beach has its perks! With its natural shading up and down the beach the seclusion is perfect for those of you who need a little getaway.
There is a beautiful natural structure named “The Blue Window” on the northern end of Whiteland Beach. Imagine a cove with crystal clear water surrounded by a rock formation that was wind-beaten to form a small “window” in its center. At midday and with perfect lighting conditions you can see straight through the other side and capture a wonderful moment on film.
For those of you who love meditation, Whiteland Beach has beautiful mangrove gardens, which are very private with a calm atmosphere.
This is a perfect beach because it is so secluded and hard to find, but it is definitely worth the time and effort of a little extra driving…
Whiteland Beach is very hidden, to get there, it is a rough road, so don't try it unless you have a jeep. or you go VERY slow. Whiteland Beach is in the southern part of the island, near Rock Sound. Note the proximity of Rose's Northside Inn, a great place to say and/or eat/drink. It is a ten minute ride to Whiteland Beach.
The directions are as follows: 0.7 miles south of Rock Sound Hardware, turn left onto Fish Street. Turn left onto Fish Road, and continue for 1.5 miles until you reach a T-junction at the end of the road; turn right, and follow this bumpy dirt road for 2.9 miles to the beach. The shore is lined with palm trees and the beach stretches for miles both ways.
If you take a left, go to one of the few rivers that runs into the ocean, at one of the cliffs, about a mile down to the left.