Bermuda Travel Guide
Bermuda Restaurants, Shopping, Real Estate, Hotels, Diving, Fishing and more!
Long a self-governing British colony, the island retains much of its British influence.
Known for its pink sandy beaches, Bermuda is a picturesque island 650 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. The northernmost of the coral islands, Bermuda was discovered by Juan de Bermudez of Spain in 1503. Long a self-governing British colony, the island retains much of its British influence. The city of Hamilton, the island's capital, is a major port of call for cruise ships and is well known for its duty-free shopping and fabulous restaurants.
The island's mild climate, gorgeous coral-pink beaches like Elbow Beach, Tobacco Bay, and Horseshoe Bay, and world-class golfing and tennis facilities make it a popular destination for those seeking an island getaway.