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Admiralty House Park

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Find walking trails, ruins, underground tunnels and a secluded beach ringed with limestone cliffs at this small park near Spanish Point on Bermuda's North Shore. Admiralty House Park was once the site of a grand home for admirals in the British Royal Navy. Little remains of the structure, but look for the underground passageways, built for an admiral named Thomas Cochrane in the mid-1800s, that offered discreet entrances to the house. Clarence Cove is a hidden gem rarely visited by tourists with a quiet beach, lagoon-like waters and jagged cliffs where you can rock climb or jump into the ocean.

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Ang C | Apr 4, 2018

“Cliff jumping ”

A nice walk down to a cove, a little steep but suitable for most. My 10 and 14 year old thoroughly enjoyed the cliff jumping, lots of areas to choose from. A few picnic benches. Take a picnic and...

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