John Smith’s Bay



If you’re staying in the East End of the island near to St. Georges this is a good secluded beach for you. From May to September there is usually a life guard on duty but just because there is a lifeguard that doesn’t mean it gets crowded. To get here take the #1 or #3 bus and ask the bus driver to allow you to get off at John Smith’s Bay. 


You’ll also find public restrooms and some changing facilities on site. If you like to explore, take a walk away from St. Georges keeping the ocean to your left and you will encounter Spittal Pond Nature Reserve which is huge for Bermuda’s standards. Make sure to bring water and a sense of adventure. This is also a famous spot among bird watchers in Bermuda and has interesting terrain to explore.





Humidity: 62%

Wind: 32 mph

  • 24 Apr 2018

    Breezy 66°F 64°F

  • 25 Apr 2018

    Windy 70°F 66°F