Alexandras Beach

One of Bermuda's lesser known beaches, most only see it in passing while heading to the battery of the same name. Those who do stop by are sure in for a treat, as Alexandras Battery Beach is one of the best spots on the island to search for sea glass.

Located on St. George's Island, Alexandras Beach is on the North East coast of the island, You should consider stopping by even if you aren't staying in the immediate vicinity. Vacationers who want a somewhat serene and secluded beach, that's also not too far from the town's amenities should give Alexandras Beach a try. It's not the type of beach that gets packed every day, but it's also not completely secluded.

How to Access The Beach
The beach is located steps from the eastern end of Barry Road and next to Alexandras Battery Park. You should not have any problems parking at the park and walking down to the beach, or finding a taxi to take you there.

Amenities and Ambiance

Bare of trees and with plenty of sand, Alexandras Battery Beach offer plenty of space for those looking to spread out and enjoy the sun. However, those who like to walk the beach will be able to search for sea glass; actual glass made from natural processes that come in beautiful colors. While the glass shards are not as sharp as man-made glass, you still may want to wear some kind of footwear.

Unfortunately, restrooms will not be available here, so those of you traveling with small children may want to consider another spot. Happily, the off-shore waters are fit for snorkeling, so bring your gear if you've been hoping to get in some underwater exploration.

Since Alexandras Beach is found inside a major tourist area, you might need to hunt to get a spot!

What's Nearby


Visitors will find this beach on the North East coast of Bermuda; this area boasts other attractions such as Gates Fort, which is a few hundred yards to the southeast.

If you want to combine a little culture with your trip to the beach, you should plan a trip to Bermuda Heritage Museum. This museum is located just a walk or cab ride away, giving you a chance to see, and learn about, even more of the area.

The beach is one type of attraction you can visit, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The table below lists other attractions that are nearby.

Activities and Attractions Near Alexandras Beach
Attraction Type Distance Direction Island
Gates Fort Historical Site 0.1 mi. SE Bermuda
Fort Cunningham Historical Site 0.6 mi. SE Paget Island
Old State House Historical Site 0.6 mi. W Bermuda
Bermuda Heritage Museum Museum 0.6 mi. W Bermuda
Deliverance Museum 0.6 mi. W Bermuda
Stocks & Pillory And Ducking Stool Historical Site 0.7 mi. W Bermuda
St. George Historical District Historical Site 0.7 mi. W Bermuda
St. George's Historical Society Museum Museum 0.7 mi. W Bermuda
Bermuda National Trust Museum Museum 0.7 mi. W Bermuda
Unfinished Church Historical Site 0.7 mi. WNW Bermuda
St. Peter's Church Historical Site 0.7 mi. W Bermuda
Vera P. Card Art Gallery 0.7 mi. W Bermuda

Cities and Towns

Alexandras Beach is very close to St. George, so exploring the city is a convenient option. Guests visiting Alexandras Beach who are hoping to find other interesting places to see will want to think about heading over to St. George, since it's close-by and is a particularly bustling part of Bermuda. From the beach, St. George is a fairly short distance away, maybe three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers).


Whether or not you encounter a lot of other visitors will be influenced by everything from the time of day to the capacity of nearby hotels.

You won't find any of Bermuda's large hotels and resorts close to this beach, though if you're trying to dodge hoards of tourists, the shortage of accommodations will surely be a pleasant sight.


When you're starving for a midday meal, you'll have some great cuisine to choose from, so you won't have to wander too far from the shore. One of the closest places to eat is White Horse Pub. This restaurant has Caribbean cuisine. They are also known for serving seafood. You could take a cab or probably walk to this restaurant since it's just a short distance away.

The table below provides a list of nearby dining options.

Restaurants near Alexandras Beach
Restaurant Name Phone Cuisine Style Distance Direction
White Horse Pub (441) 297-1838 Caribbean Very Casual 0.7 mi. W
Tavern by the Sea (441) 297-3305 International Very Casual 0.7 mi. W
Temptations (441) 297-1368 American Very Casual 0.7 mi. W
Wahoo's Waterside Bistro and Patio (441) 297-1307 Caribbean, International Very Casual 0.7 mi. W
Polaris Restaurant (441) 297-0786 Caribbean, International Fine Dining -- --
Griffin's Bistro (441) 297-1200 ext. 331 Continental Fine Dining 0.9 mi. W
Buzz Tobacoo Cay (441) 297-2756 American Informal 1.0 mi. NW
Blackhorse Tavern (441) 297-1991 Caribbean, International Informal 1.0 mi. SSE
Cafe Boulevard (441) 293-1321 -- -- 1.6 mi. SW
Sur Mer (441) 298-6990 French Informal 3.4 mi. SW
Tom Moore's Tavern (441) 293-8020 Continental Fine Dining 3.5 mi. SW
The Point Restaurant & Terrace (441) 298-4077 Eclectic, International Fine Dining 3.5 mi. SW

Other Beaches

Of course, you'll find other beaches besides Alexandras Beach on Bermuda.

You may also want to try Paget Island Beach, a popular beach beloved by tourists. It is located a quarter mile to the southeast.

Another option worth considering is St. Catherine's Beach, another great beach choice on Bermuda. St. Catherines's Beach, formerly known as Club Med Beach is one of Bermuda's little pieces of paradise. This oceanfront location is public, so anyone can visit.

While Bermuda has many alluring attractions, a trip to Alexandras Beach could end up a family favorite.


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