Bermuda is a fantastic year-round destinations that's less than two hours away from most east coast airports. Known for its pink sand beaches and stylish shorts, Bermuda is the perfect getaway if you're looking for luxury. Top activities include spa treatments and afternoon tee times at one of the seven championship courses. Peak season is May - October, and golfing is best during the winter when crowds are gone and hotels are less expensive.
Pink Sand Beaches
One of the highlights of the island, Bermuda's pink sand beaches are not only stunning, but provide the perfect spot to spend your day relaxing in the sun or playing in the water. Horseshoe Bay Beach is the most popular, which you can reach via South Shore Park. Also reachable by South Shore is Warwick Long Bay, Bermuda's longest beach. It stretches about a half-mile, and the pink sand and turquoise water are a given.
The West End
The Royal Naval Dockyard is brimming with history, restaurants, and shopping, making it the perfect place to spend an afternoon exploring. West Whale Bay Beach is another fantastic beach, and it's a bit smaller and more secluded than the others. In late winter/early spring, you might just get lucky enough to spot the humpbacks whales that the beach was named for.
Central Bermuda is home to the capital city of Hamilton, a harbour town known for it’s spice for life. You can find boutiques, dance clubs, and local flavors along Front Street, spend time exploring the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum, & Zoo or the botanical gardens, and even play a round of oceanfront golf. Plan the timing of your visit just right and experience Bermuda Day, a celebration of Bermuda’s heritage with dancing, music, festivities, and a parade. Nearby Paget Parish is home to some of the classiest real estate in the world.