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Pack your Bermuda shorts and strap on your helmet for a ride around paradise.  Famous for pink beaches, golf and mopeds, this exclusive island off the Atlantic coast is a land for lovers: perfect for honeymoons and anniversaries as no luxurious stone goes untouched.  From the hotels and restaurants to the spas, beaches, shopping and nightlife, everything on the island is high quality and at-your-service.  Yet families are more than welcome too.  Kids will love the myriad of water activities and riding on the back of mom and dad’s moped.  What are you waiting for?  Heaven’s just a plane ride away.

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Dolphin Quest Bermuda
15 Maritime Lane, Sandys
Tel:  441.234.4464
Nuzzle up with the smartest creatures of the sea at the historic Bermuda Maritime Museum in the Dockyards.  You will meet the dolphins in their deep-water cove where you can touch, feed and play during your encounter.


Crystal and Fantasy Caves
Wilkinson Road, Hamilton Parish
Tel. 441.293.0640
This natural wonder of crystal stalactites and stalagmites created over 30 million years ago has created one of the most enchanting views in the entire world.  Tucked about 120 feet below the surface, Crystal and Fantasy caves are a series of underground azure blue lakes and caves where guided tours are given to those who want to see the gleaming crystal and  Mother Nature’s beauty.


The Royal Naval Dockyard
The West End Development Corporation
Tel: 441.234.1709
Built in the early 19th century, The Royal Naval Dockyard was once Britain’s largest naval base outside the United Kingdom. The beautifully restored historical buildings stand as a recreation place for various activities from great food and shopping to magnificent museums and working arts awaiting for your to explore.

Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
Lighthouse Rd., Gibbs Hill
Tel. 441.238.8069
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse is not only the oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world, but it also offers spectacular view of the entire island that totally makes the 185-step climb worth it.


Wheels Cycles
Tel. 441.292.2245
Going to Bermuda and not riding a moped is like going to Italy and not eating gelato.  With seven locations throughout the island and the only AAA approved cycle business on Bermuda, Wheels Cycles is the only way to go.


Horseshoe Bay
South Rd

This pink sanded, horseshoe shaped beach is one of the best—and most famous—beaches on the island.  The Beach House here also offers water sport rentals for all of your adventurous needs, or just stay dry and soak in the sun.

The Newport Room
101 South HShore Road, Southampton
Tel. 441.238.8000 ext. 6964

The Newport Room represents the best of the best in formal dining on Bermuda.  Exquisitely crafted seasonal French cuisine is served in a luxurious décor that reminds one of a ship.  The fresh seafood is complemented by an extensive wine list.


76 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke
Tel: 441.298.2028
Located in the recently renewed Hamilton Princess & beach Club, Marcus’ is a visually striking affair, arrayed with modern art. The signature restaurant offers a central bar and spectacular views of the ocean. An open kitchen with a wood burning grill located opposite is a show all in its own, with chefs creating Samuelsson’s specialty dishes.

La Coquille
19 Crown Lane
Tel. 441.292.6122
With spectacular views overlooking Bermuda’s Hamilton Harbor and Chef Serge Bottelli’s masterful Mediterranean dishes, La Coquille lives up to the hype.  All of the food is fresh and seasonal and sure to leave you stuffed and satisfied.


Barracuda Grill Seafood & Chops
5 Burnaby Hill, Hamilton
Tel: 441.292.1609
A place to relax and stay a while with your friends for high quality grilled seafood feast and provides you a relaxing atmosphere.

The Pickled Onion
53 Front St
Tel. 441.295.2263
Although The Pickled Onion is a more casual affair, it is by all means still upscale, fine dining.  A great place to dine on the weekends overlooking Hamilton Harbor, this former liquor warehouse is known for its fried fritters and pork.


Waterlot Inn
101 S. Shore Rd

The casual nautical-themed restaurant has hosted such luminary figures as Mark Twain and Eleanor Roosevelt.  It is also one of the best restaurants on the island serving up delectable international cuisine.  Not only is the restaurant located on Jew’s Bay, it has also won AAA Four Diamond and Wine Spectator Awards.


Little Venice
32 Bermudian Road
Tel. 441.295.3503
This fashionable, contemporary Italian eatery is a must for any serious diner.  Dress your best and fill your stomach with some of the best traditional Italian cuisine.


Bermuda Society of Arts
The City Hall Arts Centre
17 Church Street, Hamilton
Tel. 441.292.3824
At the center of the Bermuda art scene, all of the works displayed in the Bermuda Society of Arts Museum are done by local artists. 

27th Century Boutique
4 Burnaby St, Hamilton
Tel. 441.292.2628

With the largest collection of Joseph Ribkoff on the island, it’s no wonder 27th Century Boutique is one of the best shopping destinations on the island.  This is a must for high end fashionistas.

The English Sports Shop
95 Front St, Hamilton
Tel. 441.295.2672

Despite its name, the English Sports Shop doesn’t sell sporting equipment.  Instead, it offers the best of “typical” Bermudan design.  Bermuda Shorts? Check.  Blazers? Check.  Marks & Spencer?  Of course.  If you’re not quite sure what to wear to dinner, this prep-tastic shop will surely solve your problem.

15 Front St. W, Hamilton
Tel. 441.295.1311

If you’re looking for high-end European designers, you’ve come to the right place.  Cecile’s has everything—eveningwear, swimwear, resort wear, accessories—designed by everyone from Pucci to Prada to Pulitzer. 

Walker Christopher Goldsmiths
9 Front St, Hamilton
Tel. 441.295.1466
With some of the best designers, Walker Christopher Goldsmiths is one of the top jewelers on the island.  Revered for its gold, it’s not like their silver, bronze or turquoise is shabby either.

The Bermuda Crafts Market
In the rustic Cooperage building, the Bermuda Crafts Market is a charity status co-op for arts and crafts in Bermuda.  This quant market is a great place for a family or to pick up quaint souvenirs for your loved ones back home.

The Pickled Onion
53 Front St
Tel. 441.295.2263
Aside from being a great place to eat, The Pickled Onion is also a happening night spot on the island.  During the high season, live music entertains the patrons 7 nights a week and on Wednesdays, the street is closed off to performers and festivities, making the Pickled Onion even more happening.


The Frog & Onion Pub
The Cooperage, Royal Naval Dockyard
Tel. 441.234.2900
This is a traditional British Pub in Bermuda that is run by a Frenchman (the “frog”) and Bermudian (the “onion”).

North Rock Brewing Company
10 South Rd
Tel. 441.236.6633
Bermuda’s one and only “brewhouse,” North Rock Brewing Company is a great place to relax and drink a “Whale of a Wheat” or “Somers’ Amber Ale”—or any one of their numerous selections—that was brewed right in front of you.

Robin Hood Pub & Restaurant
25 Richmond Rd
Tel. 441.295.3314
“The Hood,” as the local Bermudians call it, is the number one sports bar on the island with TV’s spread throughout the bar.  They also have good pub fare to munch on with great music always playing and traditional British quiz nights.

The White Horse
8 Kings Square, St. George
Tel. 441.297.1838
The White Horse bar is a great place to relax and have a drink and good conversation while looking at the water.  Or, if you want a little more action, head over to its new nightclub, Light, which is a hot spot among the younger crowd.