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Stay on a subtropical island in the North Atlantic Ocean that allures with its beaches, subterranean caves, outdoor recreation and fascinating cities. Bermuda is an archipelago made up of nearly 200 islands and islets. Here, pink sand beaches are warmed by the Gulf Stream, the seafloor is dotted with shipwrecks and golf courses delight players with ocean views.
Hamilton is Bermuda’s capital, renowned for its attractive boulevards, plazas and British colonial architecture. Walk along Front Street, the waterfront road lined with pastel-colored Victorian houses. Find bars, restaurants and high-end stores selling jewellery and clothing. View Bermuda's national art collection inside the City Hall and Arts Centre. Venture into the Crystal Cave, an underground cavern with a subterranean lake and extensive formations of stalactites and stalagmites.
For those interested in Bermuda’s history, travel to St. George, a 550-year-old historic town. See stone houses that date back to the 17th century and explore historic artifacts at the St. Catherine Fort.
Bermuda’s subtropical climate provides year-round opportunities for outdoor activities. Rent a boat to tour bays and lagoons. Walk or cycle along the Railway Trail, an 18-mile (29-kilometre) route that passes through the countryside. Take advantage of the good diving and snorkeling to see wrecks of frigates and warships as well as hundreds of fish species.
A very popular sport on Bermuda is golf. Tee off on one of its nine courses, including Belmont Hills in Hamilton and Port Royal Golf Course in Southampton. Both have inspiring views of the ocean.
When you want to relax under the sun, head for a pink sandy beach. Horseshoe Bay Beach has a crescent shape, great for photos as well as sunning. Elbow Beach is flanked by subtropical gardens. The colour of the sand comes from millions of crustaceans and other small marine animals from the ocean floor that are washed up on the shore.
Fly into Bermuda International Airport or sail into Hamilton. Get around on scooters, bikes, buses and rental cars. A small number of ferry services travel around the islands.
Come to Bermuda to enjoy its warm waters and experience a laidback island culture.