Horseshoe Bay One Of “Most Colorful Beaches”

April 17, 2017

Yahoo has named Horseshoe Bay Beach as one of the “world’s most colorful beaches,” saying that a “mix of crushed shells, coral, and calcium carbonate create the sand’s delicate pink color.”

The story said, “It’s no surprise this blushing beach on the southern coast of Bermuda is one of its most popular. A mix of crushed shells, coral, and calcium carbonate create the sand’s delicate pink color.

“While the water looks inviting, you may want to keep your toes on the rosy shore; the area is known for a sometimes-dangerous undertow. But there is a lifeguard on duty from May to September.”

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  1. Cant say much for de concession guy.

    • Bda guy says:

      Me to they should takeit away from Rick

    • peelpee says:

      “Cant say much ”

      really? You appear to have verbal diarrhea, you post negative and racist comments on everything…like, it’s your job. LOL

  2. Point boy says:

    Bad information! During our summer (swimming) season. We do, rarely have strong (rip-currents) that’s inevitable. But undertow. That’s a reach

  3. Cow Polly says:

    If they think Horseshoe is one of the most colourful then Warwick Long Bay is THE most colourful – far pinker than any other of the public beaches along South Shore.