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The “Jewel of the Atlantic” is a unique blend of relaxed island charm and modern convenience. 

Luxury Bermuda Holidays

Caribbean & Mexico

The destination

Located in the Atlantic Ocean and roughly one thousand miles north of the Caribbean Sea, this British Colony, complete with a long maritime history, offers something quite different in both atmosphere and experience to that of any of its ‘neighbouring’ islands in West Indies.

With it’s year round climate and close proximity to the UK it is no wonder that Bermuda is so appealing. The island is most famous for its private coves and blushing pink-sand beaches and for this reason can be considered primarily as a romantic destination - but Bermuda has so much more to offer.

Traditions seem little changed from the time of Queen Victoria, yet there’s a commercial buzz more fitting of the current day. The glorious pink sands never fail to amaze visitors, but for those looking for something more interactive and cultural why not visit the wonderful museums, botanical gardens and art galleries. For those more comfortable in the water, the island is surrounded by a fantastic coral reef that is home to colourful fish and has ensnared scores of shipwrecks, making for memorable diving and snorkelling at spots like Elbow Beach in Paget Parish. Also a island offering tax free shopping, golf courses and the family friendly waters of Shelly Bay – this really is a destination for everyone.

Bermuda boasts a balmy climate, with seasons not dissimilar to that of the UK (albeit warmer!) that's comfortable all year round and friendly and welcoming people, proud of their island. Although a British Colony, there is plenty of distinctive local colour around as a reminder of being in the Caribbean, from a landscape of tidy pastel houses to dapper businessmen dressed in Bermuda shorts.

Location

Top tips

  • Afternoon tea overlooking crystal clear seas
  • Unwind on pink-sand beaches
  • Dive wrecks and coral reefs
  • Enjoy a horseback ride along the pink sands of Horseshoe Bay
  • Go back in time to St George’s, a UNESCO World Heritage site, which dates back to 1612.

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