1 .Horseshoe Bay
Spend an hour with me and guaranteed a story regarding Bermuda will book a first class ticket and travel from my brain to my mouth. I just simply love Bermuda! And these are some of my favorite beaches in Bermuda. Horseshoe bay is simply gorgeous, hence why I added a full slide show of my number favorite beach. The beach has a mile-long stretch of soft fine sand and clear shallow waters. There’s also breathtaking cove, an area enclosed with large scenic rocks which are ideal for kids and adults looking to relax in the crystal clear waters free from waves. There are also friendly parrot fish zipping by often. The facilities on the beach are an added bonus, very clean bathrooms along with an eatery where you can grab a quick lunch.
Let the waves hit your feet & the sand be your seat.
2. Warwick Bay & Johnson’s Cove
If Horseshoe bay is too crowded then head over to Warwick Bay, literally walking distance. It’s another mile long stretch of pinkish sand with crystal clear waters. Beyond the romantic cove, the waters are not as calm and shallow as Horseshoe. If you’re a decent swimmer it’s manageable.
3. Snorkel Park Beach
I take every opportunity to go to the beach. Stuck in Dockyard and seen all the tourist stuff? Then go for a dive at Snorkel Park, it’s about the only beach in Dockyard. There’s a measly $5 entry fee. The water is extremely warm and shallow so safe for those with kids. The water seems like a giant swimming pool, as it appears to be stagnant, this might be the reason for it being so warm. Snorkeling is not the best in the world, but chillax you have a lot more options on the Island. There is a beach bar will reasonable price drinks along with a food outlet. And Yay, there are washrooms with a changing area. When you’re done hop on your moped and go do some more exploring.
The ocean is everything I want to be, beautiful, mysterious, wild and free.
4. Shelly Bay
One of my favorite beaches to escape the crowds altogether. I wrote a whole post about it.
At the beach, life is different. Time doesn’t move hour to hour, ut mood to moment. We live by the currents, plan by the tides and follow the sun
5. Clearwater Beach
Admittedly I didn’t spend too much time at clearwater as it rained late into Carnival celebrations with was supposed to end as an afternoon on the beach. However, that didn’t stop me from spending 15 minutes in the water. Another mile stretch of turquoise waters. I was told by friends here in Bermuda that I need to visit Coopers Island to have my jaw dropped by the secret beaches hidden away there. Next time! This post will also be updated continually upon each visit to Bermuda.
I have the ocean’s soul, I want everything and nothing in harmony. I am chaos