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Daniels Head Beach Park is a beautiful beach located in a remote region of Bermuda's Sandy's parish, one of nine beaches within the 17-acre Daniel's Head peninsula that were formerly developed as a World War II-era Canadian Forces Station. As the peninsula's only public beach facility, the beach is accessible via Cambridge Road or off the island's bus #7 and #8 routes. Clear blue waters offer opportunities for swimming and wading for families with children, with snorkeling areas provide opportunities to see angelfish, parrotfish, and wrasse. Approximately 400 miles offshore, visitors can also observe remnants of the shipwreck of the MVS Vixen, which may be explored as part of snorkeling boat tours. Visitors should note that since 2016's Hurricane Nicole, all small business vendors have been removed from the area, but public restrooms and other amenities remain.
Scotts Hill, Bermuda, Phone: 441-705-1111
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