Bermuda

Flag of Bermuda
Capital: Hamilton
Population: 62,506
Area: 54 km2

Picturesque pink beaches, turquoise ocean, clear blue skies, authentic architecture, fascinating history, combined with British elegance - this is how Bermuda, the overseas territory of the United Kingdom, which is believed to be the oldest British colony, can be described.

Bermuda may look like a continuous land mass, but it actually consists of many islands, islets and rocks. Most of them are uninhabited and eight of the larger islands are connected by bridges. This unique location in the Atlantic provides an extremely pleasant climate, without extremes, whether hot or cold.

Beaches are certainly one of the main trump cards of this beautiful island group, and when it comes to hidden beaches, they are far more common in Bermuda than one would think. If you want a beach where you can relax without noise and rush, here you will find exactly what you are looking for.

The island is surrounded by a fantastic coral reef, which is home to fish of various colors and dozens of shipwrecks. It is an ideal place for diving. On the other hand, the crystal clear water of the parish of Southampton provides perfect conditions for kayaking and yachts.

The 1620 Heydon Trust Little Chapel is set in the beautiful Heydon Trust Gardens in Somerset, ideal for a peaceful stroll. The Royal Cemetery from 1700 and the Fortress and Scaur Hill Park from 1860 are also worth a visit, and the fortress offers a great view. Car rides are not allowed, but that is why the bike paths pass through some of the most beautiful island landscapes.

City of St. George is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is the oldest, permanently inhabited British city. It boasts small winding streets with typical British colonial architecture. In the city you can see many fountains, gardens and squares, cobbled streets and ramps.

If you want to get acquainted with the daily life of the locals, take a taxi or scooter from the island of St. David. Among the interesting attractions on the island are the lighthouse, the Memorial Lost on the high seas and the nature reserve.

Thanks to the warm Gulf Stream, Bermuda enjoys a mild, pleasant climate all year round. When it comes to tourism, the island has two seasons. The summer season refers to the period from April to October, with ideal conditions for swimming and diving. The winter season is from November to March when the winter temperatures allow you to enjoy playing golf or tennis, hiking and sightseeing in general.

Bermuda is the right place to relax and has something for everyone; whether you are looking for peace and quiet, you are a romantic soul or you love adventures and going out.