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Attractions

Johnny Barnes at Crow Land roundabout in Bermuda

Johnny Barnes

Every weekday morning retired bus driver Johnny Barnes can be seen at Crow Lane roundabout spreading cheer and goodwill to the island’s commuters. The legendary octogenarian is perhaps the world’s friendliest man.

Peel Rock at Horseshoe Bay in Bermuda

Horseshoe Bay

With its wide crescent of pink sand Horseshoe Bay is one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. It also boasts the most facilities.

Photograph of people on Elbow Beach in Bermuda

Elbow Beach

Elbow Beach is one of the closest beaches to Hamilton and is popular with both locals and tourists.

Hotels

View of the Rosewood Tuckers Point resort hotel in Bermuda

Rosewood Tucker’s Point

Rosewood Tucker’s Point is a luxury boutique hotel in Tucker’s Town, the island’s most exclusive area. It boasts 88 rooms and suites, several restaurants and bars, plus a golf course, spa, beach club, and tennis centre.

View of the Fairmont Southampton hotel from the golf course

Fairmont Southampton

The island’s biggest hotel offers the widest selection of places to eat and drink, plus a spa, golf course, and dive centre.

Aerial photograph of Cambridge Beaches in Bermuda showing grounds and waterfront

Cambridge Beaches

This upmarket resort is situated on a 30 acre private peninsula in Sandys and attracts a discerning clientele.

Area Guides

Shops on Front Street in Hamilton, Bermuda

City of Hamilton

Hamilton is Bermuda’s capital and commercial centre. It is home to all the major government buildings and offices, the greatest number of restaurants and shops, plus some of the best tourist attractions.

Cruise ship docked at Ordnance Island in St George, Bermuda

St George

St George was the original capital of the island and boasts a wealth of historic attractions and sites. In 2000 the unspoiled town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site.