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Reviewed January 4, 2014

Picturesque, safe for kids & oldies alike....its a must when visiting Bermuda.
The Bermuda natural sculpture of the sandstone & blue crystal clear water present you with many photo ops so don't forget your camera!

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Reviewed November 25, 2013

This sheltered cove surrounded by beautiful rock formations is a perfect spot for swimming and just soaking up the benefits of salt water during a break from our Canadian winter. Coming from the 'north" and having bathed in the North Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Ireland I have enjoyed swimming here even in December. The water temperature is about 70 in winter. In the low season this area is like a private spa as few people seem to venture from the nearby Horseshoe Bay. The bright blue water contrasts with the dark rocks to create a tropical paradise. Sometimes I have been fortunate to see interesting tropical fish swimming around the rocks. This is a hidden gem which is worth searching for.

2  Thank lovetotravel876
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Reviewed November 19, 2013

We ended up at Jobson's Cove via advice from CruiseCritic....and loved it! Great calm little cove. When we were there, there were about 30 people in the water and on the sand, but it never felt crowded. There were some HUGE colorful fish in the water (forget their names) and some snorkelers were getting some great views of them, but the water was also shallow in some areas so us non-snorkelers could get some good looks at them too. The water is very calm, so its great if you don't like waves or just want to wade around a bit. Little nooks and crannies to bop into, or sit on the sand and just sit back and relax. My husband climbed up the rocks for a view, but I was too scared to do it. I can see how this is a treasured spot for people when it is empty, it would be like having your own private ocean pool in Bermuda. Definitely worth the visit!

As always in Bermuda, water shoes are a must, as the area can be rocky and it helps from stubbing your toes on rocks you can't see.

4  Thank Kiki_19
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Reviewed November 7, 2013

This bay is much calmer and more sheltered than the rest of the south coast beaches so it is much better for families with younger children.

It is tiny though so can easily become over-crowded

1  Thank R0many
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Reviewed October 22, 2013

Beside a fantastic beach, Warwick Long Bay, this spot is a great photo spot and good for a great swim. Small cove is protected so not so choppy if the seas are rough. You can snorkel here.

2  Thank Sean M
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