Bermuda is home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches, with the most tropical crystal clear waters you’re likely to see anywhere in the world. Some of these beaches are so secluded and private that you’ll feel like you have the whole place to yourself.
HORSESHOE BAY BEACH
Once you step foot on Horseshoe Bay Beach you will realize why it is Bermuda's most celebrated beach. The long, sweeping crescent of pink sand makes it a popular choice any time of year. The nearby Beach House offers snacks, rentals and changing facilities.
WEST WHALE BAY BEACH
West Whale Bay Beach has a fitting name, because in April you may see humpback whales migrating north to their summer feeding grounds. The large grassy area behind the beach is an ideal spot to enjoy a stunning ocean sunset. Locals frequently use West Whale Bay for shore fishing. Off Whale Bay Road, Southampton Parish.
Jobson's Cove may be tiny. But this sheltered cove, surrounded by steep, jagged rocks, is arguably one of the most visually stunning beaches on the island. Take a moment to listen to the waves lap at the pink sand and take a dip in the calm, stunningly clear waters.
TOBACCO BAY BEACH
Tobacco Bay Beach earned its name when survivors of the Sea Venture discovered tobacco growing here. Now, the key thing to notice is the unusual limestone formations off the shoreline, a haven for parrotfish and sergeant majors. This most popular beach in St. George's parish offers equipment rentals and a snack bar.