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Go Swimming at Jobson's Cove

Nestled within the vibrant island oasis of Bermuda is a hidden beach called Jobson's Cove. This tiny stretch of exquisite pink sand sits surrounded by a looming rock cliff that almost completely encircles the sand, creating an idyllic lagoon.

Visit Jobson's Cove if you want a secluded spot away from the city, perfect for a romantic night out or calming refuge to spend time by yourself.

Jobson's Cove

Jobson's Cove in Bermuda

Located on the South Shore, Jobson's Cove rests within the South Shore Park and is easily reached by taking the walking trail from Warwick Long Bay Beach. If you're in the mood for two beaches in one day, linger at Jobson's Cove at the end of your trip for a breathtaking sunset and clear ocean view.

Best of all, Jobson's Cove is great for water activities like snorkeling because of its translucent, aquamarine ocean water. You can easily swim with tropical fish in the tiny secluded lagoon. Spread out your towels to dry in the Bermudian heat on the cliff rocks, and enjoy the unreal view before you.

South Shore Park

This coastal nature reserve has a clifftop trail stretching approximately 1.25 miles from Warwick Long Bay in the east to Horseshoe Bay in the west. Jobson's Cove is tucked between towering sea cliffs within the park, so you have easy access to walk around.

Birdwatchers will love the chance to spot Bermuda Longtails sailing on the breeze. Facilities and several picnic areas are available along the trail.

Jobson's Cove

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