One of the most popular beaches on Bermuda, Windsor Beach is both large, resort-like, and still open to the public. With that said, while it it maintained, it does not have the touristy feel that comes with many popular beaches, and is a great option for those who still just want to relax.
Situated in St. George's Parish, You should consider dropping by whether or not you are staying nearby.
The beach is located right off of Tucker's Town Road. After you park, you will need to take a large set of stairs down from the road to the beach.
Despite its popularity, Windsor Beach gives the impression of solitude. This may be since the beach is very large and spreads out for quite a bit, making it capable of serving a large number of visitors without feeling crowded.
Unfortunately, you won't find any public restrooms along this coastline, though you may be able to use the facilities at a nearby business.
This beach is positioned on the South East coast of Bermuda. It's located near Castle Island, which is located three quarters of a mile to the , and it is among the attractions in the area.
If you're interested in mixing a little culture with your trip to the beach, you may want to consider visiting Carter House, a lovely museum found two and a half miles away, giving you a chance to see, and learn about, even more of the area.
Beaches are nice for a few hours here and there, but there will be more options available on Bermuda. The following table contains attractions that are the closest.
|Castle Island||Historical Site||0.7 mi.||NE||Castle Island|
|Mid Ocean Golf Club||Golf Course||0.7 mi.||WSW||None|
|Tucker's Point||Golf Course||1.0 mi.||W||Bermuda|
|Carter House||Museum||2.3 mi.||N||Bermuda|
|Nature Sanctuary/Wildlife Reserve||2.5 mi.||NW||Bermuda|
|Ferry Island Fort||Historical Site||2.7 mi.||NW||Bermuda|
|St. Davids Lighthouse||Lighthouse||2.7 mi.||NE||Bermuda|
|Martello Tower||Historical Site||2.7 mi.||NW||Bermuda|
|Sporting Event Venue||2.7 mi.||W||Bermuda|
|Art Gallery||2.7 mi.||W||Bermuda|
|Otto Trott Art Studio||Art Gallery||2.7 mi.||W||Bermuda|
|Portuguese Rock||Historical Site||3.0 mi.||SW||Bermuda|
Windsor Beach is near, so touring the city could be a fun side-trip after visiting the beach. Tourists at Windsor Beach who are hoping to find further attractions might want to consider making the trip to St. George, because it's not far away and is a particularly busy area of Bermuda. From the shore, St. George is not far away, about three and a half miles (five and a half kilometers).
How many other people you encounter at Windsor Beach will depend on many factors, including the capacity of nearby hotels. At this beach, you can expect to encounter quite a few visitors from lodgings in the area.
Because this beach is in a fairly touristed area, it is not typically a great challenge to find the kind of hotel you're looking for nearby. If you're looking to find a place that's near the beach, the table that follows shows the accommodations closest to Windsor Beach.
|The Mid Ocean Club||0.5 mi.||WSW||None||Resort|
|Rosewood Tucker's Point||1.1 mi.||W||None||Resort|
|Pink Beach Club||1.8 mi.||WSW||Bermuda||Resort|
|Grotto Bay Beach Resort||2.1 mi.||NW||St. David's Island||Resort|
|Aunt Neas Inn At Hillcrest||3.3 mi.||N||St. David's Island||Hotel|
|5.8 mi.||SW||Bermuda||Guest house|
|6.1 mi.||WSW||Bermuda||Guest house|
|Erith Guest House||6.1 mi.||WSW||Bermuda||Hotel|
|Paraquet Guest Apartments||--||--||Bermuda||Hotel|
|6.5 mi.||WSW||Bermuda||Guest house|
If you visit the beach around lunchtime this beach has you covered, so you won't have to wander too far from the shore. One of the nearest places to eat is The Point Restaurant. This restaurant serves delicious eclectic cuisine. Some guests will choose to take a cab here, while others will want to walk as it's just a short distance away.
Some nearby restaurant options are included in the following table.
|The Point Restaurant||(441) 298-4000||Eclectic||1.1 mi.||W||None|
|Tom Moore's Tavern||(441) 293-8020||Continental||1.8 mi.||WNW||St. David's Island|
|(441) 293-1321||--||2.0 mi.||N||Bermuda|
|Bailey's Bay Ice Cream Parlour||(441) 293-8605||International||2.2 mi.||WNW||Bermuda|
|(441) 293-3354||--||2.4 mi.||NW||Bermuda|
|Swizzle Inn Pub at Bailey's Bay||(441) 293-1854||American, British, Caribbean||2.5 mi.||WNW||Bermuda|
|Blackhorse Tavern||(441) 297-1991||Caribbean, International||2.7 mi.||NE||Bermuda|
|(441) 293-0777||American||3.1 mi.||W||Bermuda|
|Polaris Restaurant||(441) 297-0786||Caribbean, International||--||--||St. David's Island|
|Wahoo's Waterside Bistro and Patio||(441) 297-1307||Caribbean, International||3.2 mi.||N||St. David's Island|
|Griffin's Bistro||(441) 297-1200 ext. 331||Continental||3.2 mi.||N||St. David's Island|
There are multiple beaches to discover on Bermuda, of course, so Windsor Beach is just one of your options.
You might also want to visit John Smith's Bay, located two miles to the west-southwest. The low lying coastline of John Smitch's Bay is the only public beach in Smith's Parish.
Bermuda has some unforgettable natural wonders to explore, and paying a visit to Windsor Beach is just one way you can spend your afternoon.
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