There is more to do in Bermuda than golf … Surrounded by fantastic coral reefs that has scores of shipwrecks, colourful fish, making for memorable diving and snorkelling experience. Elsewhere, the crystal-clear waters provide perfect conditions for kayaking and yachting. Sunbathe on glorious pink-sand beaches. Or stroll the crooked streets old St.George’s (Britian’s oldest surviving town in the New World), which is so well preserved, making it a World Heritage site.
Bermuda’s balmy climate that’s comfortable all year round and friendly people who readily strike up conversations with strangers. And there’s plenty of distinctive local color as well, from a landscape of tidy pastel houses to dapper businessmen dressed in Bermuda shorts.
The widest range of shopping choices is in the City of Hamilton. Most shops are on Front Street, but you should explore the back streets as well, especially if you’re an adventurous shopper. Explore the Town of St. George “second city” also has many shops, stores, and boutiques. Do not overlook the shopping possibilities of the West End. Somerset Village in Sandys Parish has many shops (though quite a few are branches of the City of Hamilton stores). At the Royal Naval Dockyard area on Ireland Island, you can visit the Craft Market, Island Pottery, and the Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard, where you’ll see local artisans at work.