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Why We Love It
Besides bringing bermuda shorts into the fashion scene, the British Overseas Territory of Bermuda, which technically lies north of the Caribbean, is also known for its warm and friendly people, beautiful turquoise waters and pink sandy beaches (eh, more like peach colored, but that's just our opinion). Although often thought of as a single landmass, Bermuda actually consists of 181 varying-sized islands, many that consist of colonial cottages, colorful architecture, historic fortifications, dockside restaurants, and championship golf courses. The waters themselves hide shipwrecks and reefs, and provide a playground for water adventure.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
A popular harborfront street lined with colorful shops, restaurants and bars.
A Fort once used as a defensive line from American invasion, now overlooks landscaped gardens and turquoise harbor waters.
|Admiralty House Park|
A nearby park with hiking trails, coves, beaches, and cliff diving.
|High - 69°F (21°C)||Low - 61°F (16°C)|
L.F. Wade International Airport (BDA)