With 21 square miles to work with, it is hard to imagine much of Bermuda that isn’t overdeveloped. In contrary, you will be pleasantly surprised to find many parks and nature reserves completely unspoiled and ready to be enjoyed.
From East to West there are approximately 34 sandy beaches and coves in Bermuda. Here are a few of our favourites and if you look closely you will find tiny traces of pink sand on some and handfuls of pink sand on others. If you're interested in learning more about which beaches have which grades of sand and the various characteristics within, The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, also known as the BUEI has a fabulous interactive touch display.