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Bermuda

First colonized in 1612, the island of Bermuda still retains a very distinctive British flavour.

Bermuda is a destination for the discerning traveler. Pastel coloured cottage colonies, beautifully appointed inns, hotels and bed & breakfasts await you.

Devonshire Beach, BermudaVisitors can tee off at some of the world's finest golf courses - seven in all, dive in some of the 400 plus shipwrecks or snorkel off one of the beautiful pink beaches. The island also boasts over 100 tennis courts.

If you can get away from the beaches or the golf course, head to Bermuda's historic capital, Hamilton. Here you'll find fine dining and shopping. Or head to St. George's in the East End. St. George's is the oldest continiously inhabited town of English origin in Western Hemisphere. It has impressive Bermudan architecture, a number of British forts and presents a mixture of the island's cultural, social, historical traditions. Don't forget to visit the museums and art and craft galleries scattered around the island.

A must-see is the Royal Naval Dockyard - the most visited tourist attraction on the island. Spend an afternoon here strolling through this complex where you'll find the ornate clock tower, 30 foot ramparts compltete with portcullis, the 19th century Victualling Yard and a variety of shops and exhibitions.

Getting around Bermuda is easy. Take a scenic ride on one of the punctual pink and blue public buses or explore this tiny 21 square mile island by moped.



Bermuda Guide
The Bermuda Guide provides a comprehensive look at one of the most visited vacation spots off the North American coast. Use our guide to learn about Bermuda's famous beaches and at which ones you can find the best selection of exciting local foods and activities. This cozy island, due East of the North Carolinian shore, boasts a beautiful climate, which you can track using our weather section. If you've never been to Bermuda, articles within the guide will provide you with the island's history and other travel essentials. You may even consider sailing to, or through, this unforgettable destination.






 
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