On Bermuda's southwest coast lies one of the world’s most spectacular beaches. This horseshoe-shaped strand of pink sand is the island’s most photographed—and with good reason. (The blush hue of the sands comes from its cocktail of crushed coral, shells, and calcium carbonate.) It's set between translucent turquoise waters and limestone cliffs, which produces an effect that's enchanting. There is a lifeguard on duty and chair and snorkeling-gear rentals are available; there’s also a beachside café. A walking trail winds over the dunes to neighboring coves. Adjacent Baby Beach offers shallow waters ideal for snorkeling.