Named for its identifiable shape, this is perhaps Bermuda's most famous public beach. Here one can walk the creamy sands Bermuda is known for, made pink by shells ground into fine powder by the pounding of the ocean. This bay is a great place to swim, but beware the powerful riptides. Lifeguards are only on duty from May to September. A beach café offers snacks and soft drinks, and rents chairs, umbrellas, kayaks and snorkeling equipment. Changing rooms, showers and rest rooms are also available.
Attractions & Landmarks, Beaches/Bodies of Water