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Holiday resorts in bermuda

baileys bay

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Bailey’s Bay is located on the eastern tip of the Hamilton Parish in Bermuda. This area is home to some beautiful beaches and interesting attractions. You can visit the glass blowing studio, sample some specialities at Baileys Ice Creamery, enjoy the Perfumery Gardens or marvel at the amazing Crystal Caves where you will find incredible formations of stalactites on the cave ceiling. Excursions to the Bermuda Aquarium Museum & Zoo, are also popular and there are also lovely hiking trails around the village. Bailey’s Bay is home to Bermuda’s most famous pub the Swizzle Inn and the potent national drink, the Rum Swizzle. Bailey’s Bay offers something for everyone, no matter how energetic or relaxed you want your holiday in Bermuda to be.

cambridge

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Cambridge is one of Bermuda’s most romantic resorts. Located on a secluded peninsula, it has a private and casually elegant atmosphere. For those seeking total relaxation you can soak up the sun on the pink sand beaches or indulge in a treatment at a world-class spa. For the energetic there are water-sports and activities galore. The beautiful beaches are perfect for snorkelling, swimming and sunbathing and a private marina offers boats and water equipment. Golf excursions can be arranged with some Bermuda's best golf courses only moments away or you can organise to swim with the dolphins at the Maritime Museum. Cambridge is a popular place for scuba divers with a superb diving area known as the 'wreck capital of the Atlantic' located just off shore. Whether you are looking to explore, relax or indulge, this island paradise offers an unforgettable holiday experience.

hamilton

The harbour town of Hamilton is an elegant city of old world charm and a unique character. A strong British influence is present in Hamilton where high tea is still served in some of the area’s guesthouses. Fine examples of colonial architecture such as the Sessions House and cathedral, are balanced by the bustling modern Front Street. This area of countless shops, restaurants and pubs comes alive when cruise ships arrive at the ferry terminal.

There is plenty to see and do in Hamilton. Wander the historic streets, shop for souvenirs in the quaint shops, or visit the many galleries and local museums. Enjoy the island's marine life from a leisurely glass-bottomed boat or dive in the clear waters for an even closer view. There is a variety of water and land sports available and golf can be arranged at any of Bermuda's excellent golf courses. For those looking for a quieter area to relax, Pitts Bay is tucked quietly away in a peaceful corner of the harbour.

From Hamilton water transfers and excursions are available to explore other areas of the island. Visit the large inland sea at Harrington Sound where the calm waters are perfect for sailing. Take a simulated dive exploring reef wrecks and marine life at the nearby Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute or make your way to Fort Hamilton for a panoramic view of Hamilton Harbour. Absorb the beautiful scenery, stunning beaches and classic charms that are waiting to delight you on the island of Bermuda.

southampton

Imagine pink sand beaches, sparkling turquoise seas, green hills and spectacular sunsets and you have pictured Southampton. This parish is sometimes referred to as the western elbow of Bermuda as it is located on a thin stretch of island between Great Sound and the sea. Southampton is just 45 minutes from the airport and a pleasant 25 minute ferry ride from downtown Hamilton. While Southampton is best known for its beaches, other attractions in the area include the Fairmont Southampton Golf Course and the Whale Bay Fort which is popular for whale watching. Gibbs Hill Lighthouse is perched on the island's highest point and is the ideal spot to watch the sunset. Southampton combines sophisticated hotels, idyllic beaches and great views - perfect for a Bermuda holiday or honeymoon.