One of the most famous pink sand beaches in Bermuda: Horseshoe Bay.
You can’t surf here, but the warm, aqua blue water (that’s crystal clear when you cup it in your hand) and uniquely beautiful (and soft) sand underneath your feet certainly make up for it.
The light pink hue of the sand comes from red organisms living underneath the coral reef here. When they die, they float down to the ocean floor and meet up up with other seashells and coral, then erosion deposits this colorful mixture—now super fine, in all the ways—on the beach. 🐚
The more you know. 😉