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Bermuda is situated in the North Atlantic, about 1,000km off the coast of North Carolina, and its balmy climate prevails all year. The island is renowned for its pink sand beaches and the surrounding coral reef that is home to a world of colourful marine life. Other instantly recognisable images are the landscape of pastel houses, the crooked streets of the original capital, St George – now a world heritage site – and the policemen in their Bermuda shorts.

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The Reefs Hotel & Club, Southampton
The Reefs Hotel & Club is considered one of the best resort properties in Bermuda, perched on limestone cliffs and fronted by blue seas and the pink sands of a spectacular beach in the quiet parish of Southampton. Every guestroom and suite provides views of the ocean; there is a choice of poolside o...    read more
Cambridge Beaches, Sandys
An exclusive luxury resort hotel, the 94 cottages of Cambridge Beaches are spread out over a 12-hectare (30-acre) peninsula overlooking Mangrove Bay and Long Bay at the south-west tip of the island. The resort has five palm-fringed beaches and exudes the atmosphere of a country estate, affording gue...    read more


Much of what goes on in Bermuda takes place in Hamilton, whether it’s politics, shopping or nightlife. Take a stroll down Front Street, a harbourfront road lined with pastel-coloured Victorian buildings, or take a horse-and-carriage ride along the picturesque waterfront. Then, when it’s time to eat, you’ll be spoilt for choice as more than half of Bermuda’s restaurants are to be found in town.
St George

St George

St George was the first permanent settlement on Bermuda and is today recognised as a world heritage site. Many of the old stone buildings – built from drawings originally from England – still stand and the names of public areas such as King’s Square, Old Maid’s Lane, and Featherbed Alley conjure images of the past. It is an easy town to walk, though you may wish to break for a while at one of the delightful harbourside restaurants.
In the swing

In the swing

Golf is serious business in Bermuda and a large percentage of the 65,000 residents living on the island regularly take to the fairways. Visitors are encouraged to head out for a round and, with eight courses on the island (more than any other per capita in the world), there are plenty of opportunities to play while you’re on holiday.