Ariel Sands

A selection of images from Ariel Sands in Bermuda. Feel free to publish our photography on your site - but please note publishing guidelines.

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There are a number of delightful beaches in the parish of Devonshire, in Bermuda. Treat yourself to a day at the beach.

This is a parish in a predominant, centralized part of the island. It was christened after a major investor, originally from the UK. He played a part in making the parish a colony and would eventually become its inaugural Earl. His name was William Cavendish. Devonshire is distinctive among the parishes of Bermuda, as it doesn’t have any ports or harbours.

A large number of visitors to Devonshire head for Devonshire Bay. Visitors can also take in the awesome private Ariel Sands Beach (Cox’s Bay). It is a feature of the Ariel Sands Club in Devonshire Parish.

You can use any of this beautiful photography of Bermuda on your own website as long as you ensure you credit us with a clickable link (in any form) back to Elbow Beach Cycles and the copyright notice remains on the image, too.

We reserve the right to request images we retain copyright for be removed from your site if we deem it necessary.

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