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Horseshoe Bay - Bermuda

Horseshoe Beach

Horseshoe Bay is considered to be world's one of the loveliest beach. The wide stretches of pink soft sand and clear blue water entice travelers to its 21 mile long shoreline full of corals, and shells. For those seeking shelter from prying eyes for romance can retreat to Somerset Long Bay, Longwood Cove or Astwood Cove which are wedged within a cliff. Horseshoe Bay beach is very popular among beachgoers as it offers best facilities in equipment rental and life-guards. The turquoise calm water with reefs beaches of Church Bay and Daniel's Head is home to exotic fishes. You can go for variety of water sports like snorkeling or diving. Apart from beaches the island offers historic monuments and museums. You can stroll around in towns full of vibrant life. There are many luxurious hotels, shopping areas and plush restaurants offering every delectable cuisine for your taste-buds. To get real feel of the place we will recommend renting bicycle or scooter to see the streets and towns.

You can take any of the eight airlines including American airlines, Continental Airlines, Delta, Virgin Atlantic, Air Canada and British Airways directly to Bermuda. From airport taxis are easily available.

Bermuda has a temperate climate which is neither hot nor cold throughout the year. You can enjoy plenty of sunshine on the beaches. Summer can be little drier but than rains cool the island.

Bermuda offers variety of options for every traveler. There are luxury resorts to apartments, cottages; bed and breakfast and small inns .Most of the hotels are located very near the beaches in Paget, Warwick and Southampton. For the rich there are private beaches and cottages.

The Island has seafood specialties particularly red snapper, lobster, tuna and rockfish. You can try fish chowder with Bermuda onions which is favorite of locals here. If you are calorie conscious than you must try strawberries, grapefruit and cherries which you can find in abundance here. There are many fine dining restaurants and small eating joints as well.