As soon as I arrive in a new place, the first thing I do is try to cover as much ground as possible. I rented a scooter and explored the narrow winding hills as the locals do.
The tip of a volcanic seamount, reefs encompassing the perimeter, Bermuda is actually made up of 181 islands, islets, and rocks. It’s particularly exciting to think about the hundreds of inlets and bits of uneven coastline to explore. It’s like navigating a grown-up playground.
This is Stonehole Bay, but there are hundreds of unnamed beaches to find. A local hotelier, who walks the coast with the intention to rediscover the many hidden coves, suggested his favorite route: start at Warwick Long Bay East and walk west to Horseshoe Bay.
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