Enjoy breathtaking beaches, great restaurants, and culture on this chic British island territory.

Bermuda’s pink-sand beaches and sparkling blue waters are world-famous, but there’s much more to this British island territory than lounging by the sea. With welcoming, tight-knit communities, historic attractions and world-class cuisine and shopping, this is the perfect destination for travelers looking for culture, adventure and relaxation. The island has chic home goods and clothing boutiques, excellent diving and snorkeling and restaurants with a British accent, ensuring that there’s always something new to discover — and a long weekend there merely scratches the surface of all there is to see on this rich, complex little island in the Atlantic.

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Explore Bermuda

  • Town of St. George
  • Southampton Parish
  • Hamilton
  • Paget

Town of St. George

Overview

Settled in 1612, the historic Town of St. George — located on St. George’s Island, on Bermuda’s East End — was the island territory’s first city and colonial capital. Now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the charming area includes many of Bermuda’s oldest buildings and cultural points of interest, as well as art galleries, pristine beaches, and fantastic snorkeling off of Tobacco Bay Beach, an especially gorgeous stretch of sand.

Known For

Architecture, Art Galleries, Museums, Cultural Sites, Beaches

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Southampton Parish

Overview

Southampton Parish encircles a small body of water known as Little Sound. It has some of the best beaches, including Bermuda’s famous Horseshoe Bay, as well as wonderful restaurants, historic landmarks and nature reserves.

Known For

Beaches, Nature Reserves, Restaurants

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Hamilton

Overview

Hamilton, the capital of Bermuda since 1815, is both the cultural heart and commercial hub of the island. Situated at the center of Pembroke Parish, Hamilton offers galleries, shopping and both upscale and laid-back dining.

Known For

Historic Forts, Waterfront Exploration, Architecture

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Paget

Overview

Paget, also referred to as Paget Parish, is one of the central areas in Bermuda and home to the island’s most famous stretch of sand, Elbow Beach, as well as the Bermuda Botanical Gardens and the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art.

Known For

Beaches, Botanical Gardens , Art Museums

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Nearby Hotels and Resorts

Stay in the Center of it All

Immerse yourself in your destination at these centrally located hotels.

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Discover the Pink-Sand Beaches — and More — in Historic Bermuda

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Visit the Capital of Bermuda and Beyond

Get the lay of the land from Fort Hamilton, then take a walk along Front Street, popping into chic boutiques. Visit the National Museum of Bermuda, swim with dolphins and wrap up your day at a fine-dining restaurant that heartily embraces a sense of whimsy.

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Sailing and Scuba Diving in Southampton

Visit Southampton, your home base for all things outdoorsy. Spend your morning sailing or scuba diving, then enjoy a lunchtime picnic on Bermuda’s legendary pink-sand beach. After sunset views by the lighthouse, it’s back to Hamilton for an old-school dinner special at Harry’s.

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Soak in the Beauty of Paget and More

Wrap up your trip with spelunking and rum swizzles, then drive to Paget for botanical gardens, bike rides and a quick culture fix. End the night at Bermuda’s splashiest (thankfully not literally) waterfront restaurant.

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