Bermuda Beaches

A popular tourist destination, Horseshoe Bay Beach is named for its unique curving shape that highlights Bermuda's unreal clear blue waters and pink sand shore. Located on the South Shore, Horseshoe Bay Beach offers a multitude of activities for vacationing adults.

The island of Bermuda is naturally known for its beautiful beaches and pristine ocean water. Perfect for a tropical vacation, Bermuda's beaches are full of hidden surprises, like the famed Tobacco Bay Beach. Today, the beach remains a top tourist destination because of its unique attractions.

While Bermuda is well-known for being the place for a relaxing vacation, it has plenty of activities to make you catch your breath. Here are our top 10 favorites to try while on the island!

Nestled within the vibrant island oasis of Bermuda is a hidden beach called Jobson's Cove. This tiny stretch of exquisite pink sand sits surrounded by a looming rock cliff that almost completely encircles the sand, creating an idyllic lagoon. Visit Jobson's Cove if you want a secluded spot away from the city, perfect for a romantic night out or calming refuge to spend time by yourself.

Want a luxurious beach experience with all the quintessential Bermuda touches? Surprise your expectations with Elbow Beach, which has an accompanying resort and a private/public access area.

Want an secluded adventure through Bermuda's rockier waters? Church Bay Beach may be the perfect spot for you -- great for snorkeling, exploring aquatic life, and sightseeing.

Located at Southampton Parish's western end, West Whale Bay Beach offers a secluded tropical oasis away from Bermuda's bigger beaches. With imposing cliffs surrounding a picturesque stretch of pink sand, West Whale Bay Beach is a calm, scenic escape from city life.

Explore family friendly fun at Shelly Bay Beach, a serene island oasis that offers a calm swimming and snorkeling experience for the little ones. Conveniently located 15 minutes from Hamilton by scooter or taxi, Shelly Bay Beach is the destination for any parent looking to spend a great afternoon with kids. Best of all, its nearby other kid-friendly attractions, like the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo.

If you're a daredevil looking to explore the exhilarating side of Bermuda, look no further than Snorkel Park Beach. Explore water sports to your heart's content; from jet skis to a water trampoline, you'll never get tired.

Practice yoga with a serene ocean view on one of Bermuda's secluded beaches, or at a luxurious hotel resort. Perfect for the yoga beginner or pro, you can even try catching the sunrise while doing your sun salutations with two of the best yoga options Bermuda has to offer!

For any rock climbing enthusiasts, Clarence Cove's cliff is a popular attraction on the beautiful Bermudian seaside. Try your skills above the water by climbing the limestone cliffs that lead to tunnels built by the British military in the 1850s. Set in Admiralty House Park, you can also explore the ruined mansion that used to exist on the land or simply walk along the beach and enjoy the views.