Raw outcrops almost completely wall off Jobson's Cove, forming one of Bermuda's most impressive beaches. Those crags contrast sharply with the cove's soft pink sands and calm, translucent waters, which form a pretty irresistible sheltered swimming hole.
You can work your way through the shallow, sand-floored waters to the gates of the cove, where the seas are rougher. Snorkelers along this passageway may spot brightly hued subtropical fish. Back on dry land, you can reach other fetching coves below South Shore Park via scenic footpaths.
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