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Bermuda Fly 'N Ride

Whether you come to Bermuda by Yacht, Ship or Plane, our VIP Service is just the same. See Bermuda "YOUR WAY" on one of Eve's Cycles.

St. George's , 441-293-6188

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Oleander Cycles

We rent scooters. You can view them on our reservation link. If you can ride a pedal bike then most likely you can ride one of our scooters. Our deluxe model is larger and suitable for two adults. The Standard is smaller and usually used by one person.

Hamilton , 441-236-5235

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Wheels Cycles

When visiting Bermuda, the only way to see and enjoy the true beauty our Island has to offer is on a scooter from Wheels Cycles. All drivers and even passengers are given comprehensive instructions and personal training of the handling of our scooters, before you are allowed to set out on your journey.

Hamilton , 441-292-2245

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Smatt's Cycle Livery Ltd

For over 60 years visitors traveling to Bermuda have relied on Smatt's Cycle Livery Ltd. for their scooter rental. Our customers return again and again because of our dependable and friendly service. Riding a modern scooter from Smatt's is the only way to truly experience the beauty of Bermuda.

Hamilton , 441-295-1180

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Bermuda is a rich little oasis of pink-sand beaches and sparkling blue waters is simultaneously slightly British, slightly American, and very Bermudian. Whether you've come to unwind on Elbow Beach, shop among the pretty pastels and whites of historic Hamilton, or discover 400 years of history at Fort St. Catherine in St. George, you'll discover a pleasant mix of formal British culture dressed in a pair of Bermuda shorts.

Things to Do

Sit by the bustling waterfront and take in the capital scene in Hamilton or step back in time in St. George. Take a morning swim with the kids at sheltered Tobacco Bay or a sunset dip at Elbow Beach. The clear waters and starched white coves of Warwick Parish are made for scuba diving and snorkelling. Marvel at the subterranean beauty of Crystal Cave. Away from the beach, discover the Verdmont Museum, with its period furnishings, or walk along the Bermuda Railway Trail for a closer look at the island's exotic wildlife.

 Go for a bike ride -- On a rented bicycle, or maybe a moped built for two, explore Bermuda  from end to end. Start in St. George in the East End and go all the way to the Royal Naval Dockyard in the West End, or vice versa. You can do this in 1 day or stretch it out.

 Royal Naval Dockyard -- Around 1850, it was the most visible symbol in the mid-Atlantic of the Imperial power of the British Navy. After the turn of the millennium, it was majestically restored from a dilapidated ruin into a glowing memorial to another age and time.

 Walking down Bermuda's Pink Sand beaches -- The pink sand beaches are reason enough to come to Bermuda. Find your favorite cove (perhaps Whale Bay, Astwood Cove, or Jobson's Cove) and stroll aimlessly at dawn, at twilight, or whenever your fancy dictates.

 Gibbs Hill Lighthouse -- Climb the 185 steps of the oldest cast-iron lighthouse in the world for one of the greatest views of the Atlantic Ocean. Springtime visitors may be lucky enough to see migrating whales beyond the shore reefs.

Bermuda Shopping

All sorts of shops are clustered along Front Street in Hamilton. Under the atrium in The Emporium, you can browse boutiques and jewelry stores, or stroll the Royal Naval Dockyard area on Ireland Island for crafts and island pottery. You can watch local artisans at work at the Bermuda Arts Centre. Comparison shop at the Somers Wharf & Branch Stores along Water Street, for better prices than their Hamilton counterparts.

Designer clothing and accessories, from MaxMara to Louis Vuitton, tend to be sold at prices comparable to those in the United States, but without the sales tax. Crystal, china, watches, and jewelry are often less expensive here and sometimes even on par with American outlet-store prices. Perfume and cosmetics are often sold at discount prices, and there are bargains to be had on woolens and cashmeres in early spring, when stores' winter stocks must go.

Store Hours -- Stores in the City of Hamilton, St. George, and Somerset are generally open Monday through Saturday from 9am to 5:30pm. When large liners are in port, stores sometimes stay open later, and are sometimes open on Sundays.



Nightlife and Entertainment

Many of Bermuda's bars and clubs hug the busy waterfront at Front Street in Hamilton, where Victorian-era balconies offer Atlantic views. The nightlife scene continues in the streets leading uphill from the harbor. Many hotels host steel-drum or calypso bands. The little port of St. George and adjoining St. David's Island are loaded with pubs.

Bermuda Restaurants and Bars

Bermuda embraces a wide swath of American and European cuisines, but fresh seafood is still the default  and best -- choice. Savor spiny lobster and wahoo steak in the elegant dining rooms of Sandys Parish or sink your teeth into shark hash and Bermudian rockfish in the restaurants along Hamilton's Front Street. 


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