Astwood Cove Beach and Park

Tucked away in a steep cliff, this lovely beach is so remote that it is rarely crowded.

It is known for its beautiful pink sand, crystal-clear turquoise waters, and tranquil atmosphere. Astwood Cove is a hidden gem that offers a secluded and peaceful beach experience away from the crowds.

The cove is surrounded by cliffs, which adds to its secluded feel. Visitors can access the beach by descending a steep flight of stairs from the nearby Astwood Park. The park provides a vantage point from where visitors can enjoy panoramic views of the cove and the Atlantic Ocean.

Astwood Cove is a popular spot for swimming, snorkeling, and sunbathing. The calm and clear waters make it an ideal location for snorkelers to explore the vibrant marine life and coral reefs. The beach is relatively small, but it offers ample space for relaxation and enjoying the natural beauty of Bermuda.

It’s worth noting that Astwood Cove does not have any facilities or amenities such as restrooms or food vendors. Visitors are advised to bring their own supplies, including food, water, and beach essentials.

Overall, Astwood Cove is a hidden oasis in Bermuda, perfect for those seeking a peaceful and secluded beach experience surrounded by natural beauty.

To get here take bus number 7 from Hamilton or Royal Naval Dockyard.

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  • Address: Warwick Parish (West End), Bermuda
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