Bermuda’s famous pink sands are made of coral, so not only are the beaches gorgeously rosy, the reefs around the island are also perfect for snorkelling. Horseshoe Bay is perhaps the most famous, with a large curving stretch of sand and a warm, turquoise sea that just beckons you in.
While the main beach is fantastic, it can get crowded during the peak tourist season. If you’d like a little solitude, the trick is to further along the South Shore, where there are a series of secluded bays. Here, you’ll find more graceful White-tailed Tropicbirds than people – it’s paradise.