Jobson’s Cove may be tiny but this sheltered cove, surrounded by steep jagged rocks, is arguably one of the most visually stunning beaches in Bermuda. Take a moment to listen to the waves lap at the pink sand. Put your feet in the calm, stunningly clear waters. This spectacular spot is located on South Road in Warwick Parish.
How to reach Jobson’s Cove Bus #7 (which runs between Dockyard and Hamilton) stops at Warwick long Bay beach (about 40 minutes from Dockyard). There is a short sandy pathway from the main road to the beach and from there a sandy trail towards west (i.e. toward right as you face the water) leads to Jobson’s Cove. It’s hardly 200 meters walk. There is also a paved pathway from the main road at the western end of Warwick Long Bay beach. At the end of it there is a car park and you can take a short walk from there to Jobson’s Cove towards west.