Astwood Cove

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

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Among the many beautiful beaches of Bermuda and Warwick parish, Astwood Cove Beach is one of the most stunning places. The beach is completely surrounded by steep cliffs and accessible by quite a steep winding trail that makes it much more secluded than the majority of Bermudian beaches. It can be a bit of a hike to reach the beach but the advantage of this seclusion is that the beauty of Astwood Cove is not altered by crowds of tourists and you can easily find yourself alone here.

Astwood Park overlooks the cove and has picnic tables as well as parking spaces. Nature trails provide fun and educational times for children and adults alike. From the park, you get wonderful views of the cove and the Atlantic Ocean and it is why the park is a traditional outdoor wedding site.

The steep cliffs that surround Astwood Cove Beach are home to Bermuda Longtails, the white-tailed tropical birds that you can see flying and swooping around in and out of their nests. Longtails was once the  name given to female American tourists by Bermudian men – both single and married – at the time of mass tourism by air.

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