For a luxury holiday with stunning island vistas, and backdrops of gorgeous blue ocean, Bermuda is the perfect choice.
A fabulous destination for honeymooners
or those celebrating their anniversary
, take an evening stroll on many of the island beaches
with Southampton parish’s Horsehoe Bay Beach being internationally ranked as one of the best.
Want to take the kids
away for Easter Half Term? A typical Bermudian tradition is flying a kite on Good Friday. Take hold of the tropical breeze and admire the hundreds of kites adorning the island skyline across many of the beaches.
For even more stunning views, climb up the steps of Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse that’s just a 10-minute drive from Hog Bay. Built in 1844, the lighthouse was the first to be built from cast iron giving it a unique look and feel.
All this exploring has us knackered, it’s time for some food
. Waterlot Inn is a great choice for those wanting great seafood and steak, perfect for the whole family to enjoy. Being close enough to the island’s capital of Hamilton, a post-dinner stroll is the perfect way to soak up the city sights from the country park of Chatelherault to the Hamilton Park Racecourse.
If you prefer sweet over savoury, Bailey’s Ice Cream Bermuda offers 30 homemade flavours
. With unique pairings such as rum and ginger, take a seat on one of the outdoor picnic tables. It’s the ideal way to cool off after a family
caving experience at the Crystal Caves nearby.
If you want to explore the sea as well as the caves, Bermuda has you covered. World-class scuba diving
is abundant with no less than 300 shipwrecks just waiting to be explored. If you only have time for one, it has to be the famous Mary Celestia. Don your flippers and discover the sunken Caribbean
WINGED BOOTS WISDOM
If you go to Bermuda at the end of May, you are in for a treat. 24th May is known as Bermuda Day and is typically the first time of the year where you can take a dip in the water. With countless beach
festivals and parties lining the streets of every city, town and village, for authentic island culture this is not to be missed.