Warwick Long Bay featured in top ten Caribbean beaches
A Bermuda beach features in a UK newspaper's list of best beaches in the Caribbean.
Warwick Long Bay comes in tenth in The Daily Telegraph's list of 13 best beaches in the region, beating out rival shorelines in Puerto Rico, St Barts and the British Virgin Islands.
Below a photograph of the beach's clear blue waters, a caption reads: “Bermuda's pink sands make a change from the white and golden bays in the rest of the Caribbean, and Warwick Long Bay is one of the best stretches. Backed by coastal grasses, it is quieter than the better-known Horseshoe Bay.
“Who's it good for? Families (there are public toilets); those who like easy-to-get-to beaches (it is on the bus route) and crowd-haters (its size mean it is rarely ‘full').
“What's it good for? Strolling along the sand, snorkelling — there is a coral island offshore.”
At the top of the list was Pink Sands in Harbour Island, the Bahamas, which was described as “probably the most beautiful beach in the world”.
“Pink Sands turns salmon-coloured in the setting sun. The pristine quality of the water, the safe snorkelling, sheltered swimming and two ‘chic shack' hotels are bonuses,” the caption read.