The island’s best places to catch some sun, sand, and surf
Jobson’s Cove in Warwick Parish: This tiny, sheltered cove offers some of the most scenic beaches on Bermuda. Surrounded by steep rocks, visitors can wiggle their toes in the pink sand and cool off in the calm, clear waters.
West Whale Bay Beach in Southampton Parish: Whatever the view, you’ll enjoy it at West Whale Bay Beach. In April, watch humpback whales as they migrate north for the summer. During the rest of the year, stunning ocean sunsets are perfectly framed from the large grassy area behind the beach.
Horseshoe Bay Beach in Southampton Parish: Bermuda’s most celebrated beach offers a long stretch of pink sand sweeping along the coast. Stop at the nearby Beach House for snacks, rentals and changing facilities.
Tobacco Bay Beach in St. George’s Parish: Named for tobacco discovered growing in the area, this popular beach in St. George’s parish is a haven for parrotfish and sergeant majors. The unusual limestone formations off the shoreline make for a unique beach experience.
Warwick Long Bay in Warwick Parish: With half a mile of sand against a scenic backdrop of scrubland and coastal grasses, Warwick Long Bay is Bermuda’s longest shoreline. Just offshore, a jagged coral island floating above the water adds to the scenery of the coastline.