Tobacco Bay's easily among the more celebrated beaches in Bermuda. For one thing, the terrain's striking - the bay is choked off from the open Atlantic by rough limestone outcrops, making quite the rugged backdrop to the tawny sands of the beach proper. This is also an excellent snorkeling spot, with a plethora of native fish--sergeant majors, hogfish, angelfish, groupers, and others--frequently seen.
Given its renown and its plethora of services, Tobacco Bay can get mighty crowded, in which case quieter nearby shores such as St. Catherine's Beach or Achilles Bay might be backups to consider.
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