Horseshoe Bay, Bermuda

Luke Peet


  • North American Continent
  • Country of Bermuda
  • Latitude and Longitude: 32.2516*N, 64.8211*W

Physical Information

  • It is closer to a plate boundary. It is close to any tectonic activity. It is an active coast.
  • Its features are created by geologic and/or volcanic forces. It is a secondary coast.
  • It has been sinking relative to sea level since its existence. It is a emergent coast.

Sand and how the beach was created

The color of the sand is pink because millions of tiny red sea creatures wash on the shore and color the sand. This beach was created by tectonic activity and coastal processes.


Its the number 8 ranked beach in the world and famous for its pink sand. The waves are big and perfect for surfing. It has unique geographical rock formations. The water is clear and great for snorkeling.