Bermuda is yours to explore, from the beaches surrounding King's Wharf to colorful St. George and everywhere in between. Whether swimming in the turquoise waters of a secluded cove or wandering along tranquil country lanes, riding in a horse-drawn surrey or sipping on a cool rum swizzle, you will experience the very best of Bermuda. Bermuda has more golf courses per acre than any other country.
The capital city of Bermuda, Hamilton offers an enchanting variety of attractions. Stop in a traditional English pub, ride through town in a horse drawn surrey or visit Fort Hamilton with its spectacular views of the harbor.
At the tip of Bermuda's West End, King's Wharf features the Royal Naval Dockyard plus the Bermuda Arts Center and Crafts Market, exhibiting island handiwork. In nearby Somerset Village, you can see the world's smallest drawbridge, opening a mere 22 inches, just wide enough to let the mast of a sailboat pass through.
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