When you're looking for a badge-worthy beach destination think of Bermuda. It's a secluded paradise surrounded by sparkling waters as far as the eye can see – and it's also just two hours from many major destinations on the U.S. East Coast.
Before you plan your visit, check out this beach personality profile to find your perfect Bermuda beach.
Peace, quiet and a beautiful slice of pink sand. If you’re the kind of person who loves a chance for a little “alone time,” head to Astwood Cove, tucked away amidst steep cliffs. The only soundtrack to your Bermuda reverie will be the gentle sound of waves rolling in.
A real attention-getter, Admiralty House Park is one of Bermuda's most adventurous beaches. Admiralty House is Bermuda’s premier cliff-jumping and rock climbing destination, with deep water, cool caves and tall cliffs. These only-in-Bermuda thrills are just a splash away.
Cooper’s Island was off-limits for decades, even for locals, but it’s now a pristine nature reserve for all to explore. As you wander the dunes, saltwater marshes and rocky shorelines, you’ll share the lush landscape with Bermuda skink, migratory turtles and birds such as herons, egrets and kingfishers.
Admiralty House is Bermuda’s premier cliff jumping and rock climbing destination, with deep water, cool caves and tall cliffs.
The crescent-shaped Horseshoe Bay in Southampton Parish is always abuzz with energy, and it’s the perfect spot for mixing and mingling with locals. Convenient beach rentals, easy access via public transportation and exciting events throughout the year make this a fabulous beach for outgoing beachgoers.
Bermuda is an unbeatable location for a romantic rendezvous – and for a positively swoon-worthy day at the beach with your sweetie, look no further than Jobson’s Cove. A sheltered cove surrounded by jagged rocks, this little piece of paradise feels a world away from everyone and everything.