Warwick & Southampton Parishes attractions

Top Choice Beach in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Jobson's Cove

A minute's walk through the dunes from the west end of Warwick Long Bay, this gorgeous cove is framed by a horseshoe of jagged cliffs. The swimming hole is one of Bermuda's loveliest. It tends to be busier in the af…
Beach in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Horseshoe Bay

The pristine white sand, a complete absence of rocks and seaweed, and calm cerulean waters of this wide crescent beach make it the most popular beach in Bermuda. Its northern end can get very crowded with cruise-shi…
Beach in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Church Bay

Take the steps down to this pretty beach with pink sand and sheltered nooks for sunbathing. It's one of Bermuda's best snorkeling spots, with boiler reefs just offshore attracting parrotfish and barracuda. The cliff…
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West Whale Bay

This beautiful pink-sand beach sits at the end of Whale Bay Rd, surrounded by precipitous cliffs and fringed by pine trees. You're likely to have its secluded coves largely to yourself; since it's not linked to the …
Lighthouse in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

When it was erected in 1846, this 117ft lighthouse dramatically reduced the number of shipwrecks caused by running aground on reefs that encircle Bermuda. The lighthouse is made of prefabricated cast iron, shipped f…
Fort in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Whale Bay Fort & Battery

With one of the most dramatic settings in Bermuda, this crescent-shaped fort on top of a hill overlooks West Whale Bay and much of the south coast. Built in the mid-1700s, the fort provided cover for boats bound for…
Church in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Cobb's Hill Methodist Church

This 1827 church is not Bermuda's prettiest, but it is historically significant to the island's black community. As its sign proclaims, it was 'built by slaves in moonlight.' Banned from worshipping alongside white …
Beach in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Warwick Long Bay

This long pink-sand beach, backed by sand dunes, stretches for half a mile, and is connected to several other coves and beaches via footpaths through the surrounding South Shore Park. Though it's quite narrow, the b…
Beach in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Stonehole & Chaplin Bay

Linking Horseshoe Bay to the west with Jobson's Cove and Warwick Long Bay to the east, and accessible by footpaths through the dunes, these twin coves are fringed by limestone cliffs and offer decent swimming and sn…
Nature Reserve in Warwick & Southampton Parishes

Sherwin Nature Reserve

The woodlands and marshy ponds of this small nature reserve surround Warwick Pond, Bermuda's second-largest. It's an important habitat for resident and migratory waterfowl and a good spot for birdwatching, although …