Bermuda Destination Information
Bermuda - long known for its famous pink sand beaches, delightful pastel-colored homes and English heritage. Bermuda offers charm, civility and good fun all within 2 hours of the U.S. Eastern Seaboard. Bermuda is less than 30 miles long, yet offers miles of enjoyment from world-class golf and boating to historic attractions and sightseeing. Take a harbor cruise or explore the island's many beaches and picturesque scenery. At night, find yourself in one of Bermuda's many pubs, restaurants or nightspots.
Distinctive British charm and well-appointed details make Bermuda one of the most peaceful and effortless holidays you could possibly dream of. On your first glimpse of the island's famous pink sand beaches, you'll know you're in a paradise like no other. And the endless variety of activities means that a voyage to Bermuda can be as busy - or as restful - as you choose. Exceptional golf draws fans from nearly every country.
Boating is practically a way of life in Bermuda, with translucent indigo waters beckoning at all hours of the day. Quaint historic attractions, walking trails and rejuvenating spas are easily enjoyed on one of Bermuda's ubiquitous scooters. From the charming and charismatic capital city of Hamilton to the most secluded and romantic getaway nook, you're never far from outstanding dining, celebrated shopping and renowned nightspots. That's what makes Bermuda the ideal destination to capture your heart again and again.
The average annual temperature is 70°F in winter and ranges from 75°F to 85°F during the hottest part of the year, between May and mid-October.
Fun Fact: Bermuda has a year-round mild climate, but keep in mind that it is not a tropical island so remember to check the temperatures for the season you are going, and pack accordingly. Winter evenings can be chillier than expected.