Marley Beach

While there is not much that separates the several beaches that line the southern coast of Bermuda, Marley Beach is one of the few that are tucked away between developments, giving it a much more peaceful and natural appearance than the other beaches in the area.

Located in Warwick Parish, Marley Beach is on the South-Southwest edge of Bermuda. You should consider stopping by whether or not you're staying in the immediate vicinity. Making its home within a heavily traveled region, Marley Beach is a solid option for those seeking a wide selection of enjoyable attractions.

How to Access The Beach
Marley Beach is located just off of South Road in between the Surf Side Beach Club and the Fairmont Golf Club.

Amenities and Ambiance

While there are many rocks lining Marley Beach, there is still plenty of soft sand that is perfect for laying in while soaking of the hot sun rays. The crystal blue water that leads out to the Atlantic is also beautiful to look at, while the transition of colors makers for a wonderful photo opportunity, as do the sunrises every morning.

Keep in mind that restrooms won't be found on-site, so if you're visiting with small children you might want to consider a different location. The water here is of good snorkeling quality, so bring your gear if you want to check out what lies beneath the surface.

You should remember that the area right around Marley Beach is is a much-visited area, so show up early.

What's Nearby

Attractions

This pleasant stretch of sand known as Marley Beach is on the South-Southwest coast of Bermuda. It is near Belmont Hills Golf Club, which is located three quarters of a mile to the north-northwest, and it is one of a number of area's attractions.

Historical attractions like Sessions House provide a wonderful compliment to the scenery of Marley Beach, plus they allow vacationers to learn more about Bermuda, without having to stray too far from the beach. Actually, this shoreline is only a brief walk or taxi ride away from this place of historical interest.

Being able to choose from some activities besides the beach will ensure you won't run out of ways to stay busy. Attractions close to this beach can be found in the following table.

Activities and Attractions Near Marley Beach
Attraction Type Distance Direction Island
Belmont Hills Golf Club Golf Course 0.8 mi. NNW Bermuda
Stirling's Of Bermuda Art Gallery 1.0 mi. WNW Bermuda
Maria Ever's Smith Gallery Art Gallery 1.7 mi. NE Bermuda
Picturesque Gallery Art Gallery 2.0 mi. N Bermuda
Crisson & Hind Fine Art Gallery Art Gallery 2.0 mi. N Bermuda
Bermuda Historical Society Museum Museum 2.0 mi. N Bermuda
Turtle Hill Golf Club at The Fairmont Southampton Golf Course 2.1 mi. WSW Bermuda
Bermuda National Gallery Art Museum 2.1 mi. N Bermuda
Sessions House Historical Site 2.2 mi. NNE Bermuda
Bermuda Musical And Drama Society Dinner Show and Theater 2.2 mi. N Bermuda
Fort Hamilton Historical Site 2.3 mi. NNE Bermuda
Waterville House Historical Site 2.4 mi. NE Bermuda

Cities and Towns

Tourists at Marley Beach who are looking for a little additional excitement should think about checking out Hamilton, which is nearby and is a particularly bustling part of Bermuda. From the beach, Hamilton is just up the road, about two and a half miles (four kilometers).

Hotels

The number of other people sharing spots in the sand can vary widely, depending on everything from the time of day to how full the nearby hotels are. You can generally expect to see a fair amount of visitors from lodgings in the area.

Travelers looking for a hotel room close to the beach shouldn't have a tough time, as there are plenty of hotels and resorts to pick from in the vicinity. You can find the closest and most convenient hotel booking options by perusing what's listed in the table below.

Accommodations near Marley Beach
Hotel Distance Direction Type
Longtail Cliffs Apartments 0.5 mi. WSW Hotel
Surf Side Beach Club 0.6 mi. ENE Hotel
Granaway Guest House & Cottages 0.9 mi. NW Hotel
Fourways Inn & Cottages 0.9 mi. N Hotel
Coral Beach & Tennis Club 1.0 mi. ENE Hotel
Watercolours 1.0 mi. N B & B
Inverurie Executive Suites Hotel 1.1 mi. N Hotel
Elbow Beach Club Resort 1.3 mi. NE Hotel
Salt Kettle House 1.3 mi. N Guest house
Newstead Belmont Hills Golf Resort and Spa 1.4 mi. NNE Resort

Food

When you get hungry for an afternoon snack, the area around this beach has plenty to offer, and you won't have to look too far away. One of the closest restaurants is Blu Bar and Grill. This restaurant serves delicious American food. They have become well-known, however, because of their seafood and steak. When you start to get hungry, you won't need to wait too long to eat since it's only a short distance away.

The following table provides a list of dining options located near this beach.

Restaurants near Marley Beach
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Style Distance Direction
Blu Bar and Grill (441) 232-2323 American Fine Dining 0.8 mi. NNW
Four Ways Inn Main Dining Room (441) 236-6517 Caribbean, French Fine Dining 0.9 mi. N
Buzz n'Go Warwick (441) 236-3021 American Very Casual -- --
Island Spice (441) 238-7944 -- -- -- --
Seahorse Grill (441) 239-9303 -- -- 1.3 mi. NE
Blue Point Restaurant (441) 236-3535 Eclectic Very Casual 1.3 mi. NE
Sea Breeze (441) 232-3999 International Informal 1.3 mi. NE
Mickey's Bistro & Bar (441) 236-9107 Mediterranean Very Casual 1.3 mi. ENE
Lido Restaurant (441) 236-9884 Mediterranean Informal 1.3 mi. NE
Beau Rivage (441) 232-8686 French Fine Dining 1.4 mi. NNE
Cafe Coco (441) 236-5416 Caribbean, International Fine Dining 1.4 mi. NE
Paraquet Restaurant & Take Out (441) 236-9742 -- -- -- --

Other Beaches

Marley Beach isn't the only beach worth checking out on Bermuda.

Travelers may also want to consider Warwick Long Bay, which is located one and an eighth miles away. Warwick Long Bay is the perfect island escape for travelers seeking peace and quiet. Set in a pristine natural environment with calm, clear waters and an exquisite coral reef, the area is perfect for exploring and relaxing. There aren't any facilities other than bathrooms, however, so visitors will want to bring all the essentials, including food and drinks.

Perhaps Marley Beach is the most convenient coastline for you to visit, but some travelers itch to explore more; in which case you should keep looking for a beach or natural attraction that suits your vacation style.

 

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