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Rosemont Guest Suites

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Edgehill Manor Guest House

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Unfinished Church picture in Bermuda
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Royal Naval Dockyard picture in Bermuda
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Elbow Beach picture in Bermuda
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Port Royal Golf Course picture in Bermuda
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Tobacco Bay picture in Bermuda
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Museum picture in Bermuda
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Gibbs Hill Lighthouse picture in Bermuda
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Fort picture in Bermuda
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#1 Horseshoe Bay Beach Southampton parish's Horseshoe Bay is the most photographed (and famous) beach in Bermuda, making it hard to score a prime spot on the sand, especially if a cruise ship ... Read more » Photo by Scott Dunn / Getty Images

#2 Historic St. George Did you know that St. George was one of the first English towns established in North America? And like its contemporaries (Jamestown, Virginia, and St. John's, Newfoundland), St. George ... Read more » shunyufan / Getty Images

#3 Unfinished Church In 1874, settlers in St. George began building an opulent replacement to St. Peter's Church, an Anglican place of worship that was established after the 1612 English settlement. But ... Read more » Gfed / Getty Images

#4 Royal Naval Dockyard The Royal Naval Dockyard is a picturesque way to break from the pink sand beaches. And if you're visiting during Bermuda's chillier seasons, it could end up being ... Read more » Joel Carillet / Getty Images

#5 Elbow Beach If you're looking for sand at its pinkest, stop by Elbow Beach. Just remember that a good chunk of those pink pebbles are privately owned by the Elbow Beach ... Read more » Stuart Gregory / Getty Images

#6 Port Royal Golf Club If you like star sightings while you putt, then you should stomach the exorbitant green fees and book a tee time at the prestigious Port Royal Golf Course. This is ... Read more » Thomas Strubel / EyeEm / Getty Images

#7 Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo Founded in 1926, the government-owned and operated Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo is one of the world's oldest aquariums. The facility offers a variety of activities to engage visitors ... Read more » Richard Goerg / Getty Images

#8 Crystal & Fantasy Caves In 1907, the Crystal & Fantasy caves were accidentally discovered by two young boys. The story goes that Carl Gibbons and Edgar Hollis were playing an intense game of cricket ... Read more » Iarigan - Patricia Hamilton / Getty Images

#9 Warwick Long Bay Beach This Bermuda beach, the longest on the island, snakes along a half-mile of the island's southern coast. Vacationers report a pleasant breeze at Warwick Long Bay during the summer ... Read more » Massimo Calmonte (www.massimocalmonte.it) / Getty Images

#10 Tobacco Bay There are few public beaches on Bermuda that have concessions stands or restaurants with a liquor license. One that does – Tobacco Bay – is just a short distance from the cruise ... Read more » Orchidpoet / Getty Images

#11 National Museum of Bermuda The National Museum of Bermuda chronicles more than 500 years of the island's history with several exhibits on slavery, immigration and tourism. Located on the grounds of the Keep ... Read more » onepony / Getty Images

# Gibbs Hill Lighthouse Read more » wwing / Getty Images

# Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute Read more » Poh Kim Yeoh / EyeEm / Getty Images

# Fort Scaur Read more » AnthonyRosenberg / Getty Images

Horseshoe Bay picture in Bermuda
St. George picture in Bermuda
Unfinished Church picture in Bermuda
Royal Naval Dockyard picture in Bermuda
Elbow Beach picture in Bermuda
Port Royal Golf Course picture in Bermuda
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo picture in Bermuda
Underground Cave picture in Bermuda
Warwick, Bermuda picture in Bermuda
Tobacco Bay picture in Bermuda
Museum picture in Bermuda
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse picture in Bermuda
Seashells picture in Bermuda
Fort picture in Bermuda
Horseshoe Bay picture in Bermuda
St. George picture in Bermuda
Unfinished Church picture in Bermuda
Royal Naval Dockyard picture in Bermuda
Elbow Beach picture in Bermuda
Port Royal Golf Course picture in Bermuda
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo picture in Bermuda
Underground Cave picture in Bermuda
Warwick, Bermuda picture in Bermuda
Tobacco Bay picture in Bermuda
Museum picture in Bermuda
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse picture in Bermuda
Seashells picture in Bermuda
Fort picture in Bermuda

The blushing sand at Horseshoe Bay is gorgeous any time of year. Photo by Scott Dunn / Getty Images

Did you know that St. George was one of the first English towns established in North America?  shunyufan / Getty Images

In 1870, St. George settlers began building (but never completed) this church as a replacement to St. Peter's Church. Gfed / Getty Images

The Royal Naval Dockyard offers a picturesque way to break from the pink sand beaches. Joel Carillet / Getty Images

If you're looking for sand at its pinkest, stop by Elbow Beach in Paget parish. Stuart Gregory / Getty Images

Thomas Strubel / EyeEm / Getty Images

More than 500 different species of fish, mammals, birds and reptiles call the 7-acre Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo home.  Richard Goerg / Getty Images

The Crystal and Fantasy caves are found deep underground and lined with crystals.  Iarigan - Patricia Hamilton / Getty Images

Less crowded than nearby Horseshoe Bay, Warwick Long Beach Bay offers a serene escape. Massimo Calmonte (www.massimocalmonte.it) / Getty Images

Tobacco Bay is one of the few public beaches on Bermuda that has concession stands and restaurants with a liquor license. Orchidpoet / Getty Images

The National Museum of Bermuda chronicles more than 500 years of the island's history. onepony / Getty Images

Climb 185 steps up to the top of the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse for this spectacular view. wwing / Getty Images

The Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute is home to one of the largest privately owned collections in the world Poh Kim Yeoh / EyeEm / Getty Images

Even if you're not a fan of military history, you may still want to make the trek up to Fort Scaur for sweeping views of the Great Sound of Bermuda and Royal Naval Dockyard. AnthonyRosenberg / Getty Images

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