I recently visited Bermuda for my honeymoon and my husband and I spent three days at Astwood Cove beach. On all three days, we were the only ones at the beach (and they were 85 degree days in June!). There were little coves to explore and several Bermuda lont-tailed birds nesting in the cliffs. The water is good for shallow swimming and snorkeling but coral reefs offshore can be dangerous. The beach is a little difficult to get to, because you have to climb down steep (but safe) stairs to get there from the park. I would highly recommend this beach for people who want to be alone and have a beautiful private beach in Bermuda!
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