Bermuda: Introduction

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With is stunning scenery and sub-tropical climate Bermuda has long been a popular destination for travellers looking for some sun and sand. Bermuda is known for its spectacular pink sand beaches and turquoise waters. Top beaches include Elbow Beach, Horseshoe Bay and the pinkest of beaches - Warwick Long Bay. However, Bermuda has much more to offer than just a beach holiday. It is a great destination for those interested in underwater sports - it has some of the best wreck diving in the world. Bermuda also has a rich cultural heritage as evidenced by the historic town of St George (a UNESCO World Heritage site), the Royal Naval Dockyards, Bermuda Maritime Museum and Fort St Catherine. The Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo along with Underwater Exploration Institute will enchant the marine biologist in you. If golf is more your game you will be pleased to learn that Bermuda has more golf courses per square mile than anywhere else in the world. Although Bermuda is a small place it has a lot to offer visitors. From world-class golf courses to pink sandy beaches, to visiting 400 year old villages and diving amongst ship wrecks, Bermuda has a wide range of attractions and activities.