This coastal reserve protects some of Bermudas finest beaches. A coastal trail runs through the park, linking a series of coves and bays divided by outcrops of craggy rocks. The 12 beaches range from medium-sized half-moon bays like Horseshoe Bay to postage-stamp-sized inlets like Peel Rock Cove.
One of the most appealing areas, forming the eastern fringe of the park, is the splendid stretch of pink and white coral sands known as Warwick Long Bay. Since it’s unprotected by headlands, this beach generally has good waves suitable for bodysurfing.