Bermuda offers exquisite beaches of pink sand and turquoise
water. The sand contains pink flecks that are the remains of
a tiny organism known as red foam. This combined with tiny
particles of broken shells and bits of coral create the pink hue of
Bermuda's beautiful beaches.
Bermuda has a number of parks and trails spread across the
island. Locals and visitors use the Railway Trail for
walking, cycling, and various tours. You can also hike
beneath the earth to explore our stunningly beautiful caves -- sure
to produce some of the best photos of your vacation.
No matter where you travel in Bermuda you are never too far from
a museum or fort featuring the art, history and culture of
Bermuda. The island's rich history is recorded in museums from St.
George's through the City of Hamilton and on to Somerset and
Dockyard, highlighting everything: art, china, maps, paintings,
carriages, stamps, maritime and underwater objects that highlight
Bermuda's turbulent seafaring days.