|Not a beach, but waves crashing rocks in Bermuda|
Alexandra Battery Beach - St. George's
A small pink sand beach about a mile east of St. George's town. You can also find a few pieces of sea glass here if you are lucky. (I'll talk about this in a future post, but Bermuda is especially famous for pink sand beaches, a coloration caused by the corals that surround the island.)
St. Catherine's Beach - St. George's
A white sand beach adjacent to Ft. St. Catherine, about a mile northeast of St. George's town.
Tobacco Bay Beach - St. George's
A popular pink sand beach about a mile north of St. George's Town, and 1/2 a mile north of Ft. St. Catherine. There is also a fairly decent sized lagoon adjacent to the beach.
Horseshoe Bay Beach - Southampton Parish
Arguably Bermuda's most famous beach, and one that tops pretty much every "must see" list on all things Bermuda. Located about halfway between Hamilton and the Royal Naval Dockyard (where the cruise ships dock).
Chaplin Bay Beach - Southampton Parish
Another pink sand beach about 1/2-3/4 mile east of its more famous cousin, Horsehoe Bay.
Jobson's Cove - Warwick Parish
A small but beautiful pink sand beach/lagoon about a little further east of Chaplin Bay beach.
And last but not least...
Warwick Long Bay Beach - Warwick Parish
Much less famous (and crowded) than Horseshoe Bay, but the beach is actually a little longer, and just as beautiful. About a 45-60 minute walk (I'd guess 1 1/2-2 miles) east of Horseshoe Bay, via Chaplin Bay, Jobson's Cove, and a series of other small beaches and coves along the way.
Stay tuned for a detailed trip report, including all of these beaches, over the coming weeks!