Think Bermuda and images of tidy pastel cottages, pink-sand beaches, and quintessential British traditions like cricket matches and afternoon tea spring to mind. Here, challenging golf courses, 75 miles of pristine coastline, an incredible coral reef, underground caverns, nature reserves and historic Hamilton invite endless exploration.
And what's more - this island paradise in the Atlantic is closer than you think - a mere two-hour flight from many east coast airports.
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This resort is set on a lushly landscaped estate with several ancient caves along the water's edge.
Gombey dancers strut their stuff on New Year's Day, and the Bermuda Festival is a six-week performing arts spectacular running from mid-January through to February. The Bermuda Cat Fanciers Association Championship Cat Show in mid-March sounds like a hoot but is slightly less prestigious than the Newport-Bermuda Race, one of the world's major ocean yacht races held in late June during even-numbered years.
Public holidays: New Year's Day - January 1; Easter - Good Friday and Easter Monday (Mar/Apr); Bermuda Day - May 24; Queen's Birthday - 2nd Monday in June; Emancipation Day - Thursday before 1st Monday in August; Somers Day - day after Emancipation Day; Labour Day - first Monday in September; Remembrance Day - November 11; Christmas Day - December 25; Boxing Day - December 26.
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