Bermuda travel guide

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by carly.maberry


Mysterious and beautiful.

Looking for fun in the sun, but in a civilized way? Then Bermuda is the place for you. The island -- actually a chain of 138 islands linked together by causeways -- has a decidedly British feel, which makes sense, as it is an overseas territory of the Crown. Bermuda’s beaches are replete with pink sand and turquoise-hued water. Horseshoe Bay is one such beach, named after its shape. Bermuda is warmed by the Gulf Stream, which keeps the winters mild. Water lovers can enjoy everything from kayaking to scuba diving, while oleanders and lilies permeate the island air. The island is a virtual pastel paradise, from the colors of the houses to its turquoise waters. The village of St. George’s retains its old-world British charm at King’s Square, its heart. If you like to golf, Bermuda’s got that in spades. It boasts more courses per square mile than any country in the world. Other attractions include the Crystal Cave and many picturesque lighthouses that dot the island. The most popular way to get around Bermuda is by moped or scooter. Bermuda is a small piece of paradise.

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