Bermuda is a subtropical island that combines natural and cultural attractions with clean, safe beaches and tropical plant life. Hamilton, Bermuda's capital, offers museums and galleries that include the Bermuda Historical Society Museum and the Bermuda National Gallery. The pink-toned beaches of Bermuda are open for swimming with water sports, boat tours, diving and fishing also available throughout the island.
The climate is sub-tropical, mild in the winter, spring and autumn (fall), but from late May to October, can be uncomfortably hot and with especially high humidity. The hottest part of the year is from May through mid-October, when temperatures hover between 75°F / 23°C and 85°F / 29°C. Humidity, often well over 85%, is at its highest from July through mid-October.
Wondering which are the food and drinks unique to Bermuda and the best places to get them? And where do the locals and informed visitors go? Then you are at the right place.
However if you are looking for information about Bermuda's own style of food preparation and typical Bermudian meals, then check out Bermuda's Cuisine.
Well there are lot of varieties when it comes to Bermuda's local food. In many ways, Bermuda is still a trader of fine British goods, although the range of items is growing rapidly.
Bermuda (officially, the Bermudas or Somers Isles) is a British overseas territory in the North Atlantic Ocean. Located off the east coast of the United States, its nearest landmass is Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, about to the west-northwest. It is about south of Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, and northeast of Miami, Florida. Its capital city is Hamilton.
Bermuda was discovered in 1505 by Spanish navigator Juan de Bermúdez (who claimed to find the island inhabited only by pigs) after whom the islands are named, who claimed it for the Spanish Empire. Unoccupied, the island was settled by England in 1609, making it the oldest and most populous remaining British overseas territory. Its first capital, St George's, was established in 1612 and is the oldest continuously inhabited English town in the Americas.
Bermuda has an affluent economy, with off-shore finance as its largest sector followed by tourism., " a region of sea in which a number of aircraft and surface vessels have allegedly disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
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