|Population | 71.176 habitants (2018)||Country | United Kingdom||Language | English|
|Area | 53,2 km2||Currency | Bermudian dollar (BMD)||Time zone | UTC -3|
The Bermuda Islands are a dream come true. Its famous pink sand beaches such as Elbow Beach and Horseshoe Bay, combined with the historical heritage and the countless activities on offer, make this Atlantic paradise one of the most desired vacation destinations in the world.
Its tourist tradition dates back to the Winter of 1883, with the stay of Queen Victoria's daughter, Louise, in Hamilton, who inaugurated the region's elegant and exclusive tourism. And even today, this destination preserves the style and atmosphere of the past, in a beautiful setting that alternates between picturesque forts and pastel-colored houses, lost in refined gardens.
The Bermuda Islands reveal typical British traditions and strong commercial ties with America, resulting in a cultural pot pleasant to discover. They are part of British territory and form an archipelago composed of dozens of islands, between Florida and the island of Puerto Rico, with which they form the so-called Bermuda Triangle, which today offers tourists the most impressive diving experiences.
- Town of Saint George
- Church Bay
- Crystal Cave
- Fantasy Cave
- National Museum of Bermuda
- Bermuda National Gallery
- Bermuda Aquarium, Zoo and Museum
- Saint George Island
- Bermuda Botanical Gardens
- Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity
- Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute
- Dockyard glassworks
- Dolphin Quest
- South shore park
- Horseshoe Bay Beach
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