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The water is perfect for families with small children..my kids love it...lots of sea turtles to see . There is also now a water bouncy play ground on the water my 9 year old loved it. They also sell snow balls and other snack items....More
The beaches are nice ,but best part was swimming amongst the turtles in the shallow crystal clear water. There is some shade , toilets and a small kiosk selling drinks.
The only thing that was annoying was the groups of tourists from the cruise ships...More
We explored 9 different beaches during our 10days stay in Bermuda. This beach was the worst by far. The beach is full of broken glass. Groups of water scooters coming from the cruising boats located at the DockYard come and stop and disturb the area....More
The resort that in pictures looks so exotic is actually a failed project. Maybe the smell from the farm next door is to blame? Whatever the case, some day this area will become something special, if even just as a camping location, but it does...More
This is a lovely park area with lots of small beaches and coves. Sea turtles abound in the surrounding waters. What's currently a bit off-putting is that it's somewhat neglected with the defunct, vandalised 9 Beaches resort nearby. There is also a dairy farm in...More
Just a short taxi ride from the Dockyard, this great little park is the same location as the abandoned 9 Beaches Resort. The waters are calm and shallow enough to walk out to the Surfsup water obstacle course and take advantage of their paddleboards and...More
We heard from locals that his was the best beach to find turtles in the water on Bermuda. they were right! we swam with over 100 turtles during our visit. heads popping up all over the place. you can snorkel just above them and follow...More