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Discover calm, clear waters at this family-friendly beach along North Shore Road. Shelly Bay Beach sits just north of Flatts Village, around a 15-minute scooter- or taxi ride from the City of Hamilton. Trees along the beach offer shade from the sun, and the protected cove stays shallow, even at high tide, making this an ideal spot for young kids to swim and snorkel. A boardwalk on the western side of the beach meanders through a small nature reserve, and a nearby park has a playground and picnic tables.
Walk the trails of Blue Hole Park to find secluded caves and idyllic grottoes nestled into the area Bermudians call Tom Moore’s Jungle. Tom Moore was an Irish poet who wrote some of his greatest work here. Throughout the 12-acre park, a network of underground tunnels connects the pools and caves with a steady supply of water. The Blue Hole itself is a large, deep pool fringed by mangroves that provides an enticing spot to swim surrounded by forest. The park is free to visit, and there’s a convenient parking area with trail access.
Clearwater Beach is a beautiful and shallow water beach located at the south eastern end of Bermuda at St. David’s. It partially covers the northern coastline of Cooper’s Island and is not much known to the tourists. If you are willing to go a little off the usual tracks and like to enjoy a relatively secluded beach, then this is a great beach to visit. It is ideal for families and the park area also has a playground, public toilets etc.
Take a stroll through Bermuda history at the island’s largest fort. Situated on the northeastern tip of St. George’s, Fort St. Catherine sits between St. Catherine’s Beach and Achilles Bay, towering above pink-sand beaches and offering sweeping ocean views nearly everywhere you look. The fort was constructed in 1614 and underwent numerous upgrades in the 19th century; inside, comprehensive exhibits and artifacts showcase 17th-century island life. Kids will love crossing the drawbridge to explore the fort’s many tunnels, ramparts and towers.