Bermuda is the most northerly group of coral islands in the world, lying just beyond the Gulf Stream some 650 miles off the coast of the Carolinas. Although very small, only 21 square miles, it offers a wide variety of places to see, people to meet, and things to do.
Visit Hamilton, the capital, with its smart shops and busy traffic, or St. George’s, a World Heritage Site, with its Old World lanes and fortresses. You can sightsee from the North Shore, with its bizarre rock formations, to the South Shore with its famous pink and white beaches.
From end to end, Bermuda is picturesque. Nature has endowed the island with an abundance of verdant trees and colorful flowers. The landscape is dotted with pastel-hued, white-roofed houses, stately hotels, and cottage colonies. No factories, billboards, or neon signs blot the quaint scenery.
At the very western tip of the island, you will find the Royal Naval Dockyard, home to Snorkel Park Beach Bermuda. This community is rich in history, full of vibrancy and has a wonderful mixture of things to do.
There are art galleries that showcase the creative talents of local artists, a museum that takes you from the early days of 17th century settlement to the modern era, glass blowing factory, pottery, craft market and much more.