Fort St. Catherine
A colonial fort that has been transformed into a museum with insight into early colonial life in Bermuda. Views from the fort are spectacular! There are two beaches directly adjacent and is only a short walk from Tobacco Bay.
This is one of the many forts around the Island, strategically located to guard the eastern channel, the only entrance into our archipelago. Beaches and restaurants nearby. There is also a big tourism project underway, the building of fractional units, and a hotel are taking form right next to the…
This is a historic fort and museum with end-to-end views of the island, and has a beautiful public beach right at it's doorstep.
It is a newly renovated fort with lots of Bermuda history from the early settlers till now.. It houses lots of treasures including a replica of the Crown Jewels If you enjoy about various cultures and history. Then, you gotta see this. You may also want to take a refreshing swim in the adjacent…
“Wonderful place to visit. World famous small zoo. Beautiful large aquarium windows. Easy to access from your location taking the number 3 bus route”
“The Swizzle Inn has always been a popular destination for visitors and locals alike. Originally located only in the east, there is now a second location in Warwick as well. Great food and drinks! And you can catch Ben Payne's musical styling over the weekend [east end spot].”
“Wahoos totally local will give you that taste of Bermuda you were hoping for ”
“One of my fav places to take my visiting friends although you have to find out when they are not overrun with cruise ship groups! The caves are breathtaking! ”
“If you want to get to a beach thats off the beaten path then Clear Water beach and Cooper Island nature reserve is where you want to go!!! Its out in St Davids but worth the drive as not many people go out there and there are many beautiful beaches and not many people! Stunning area....if Im not working I will take you as I love it out there! ”