DN-SC-95-01815Bermuda is known as one of the most astounding beach destinations. Ten of thousands of people are attracted to Bermuda’s pink sand beaches each year. The waters are clear and the historical landmarks attract plenty of people as well. Here are a few attractions you can’t miss while in Bermuda.

1) Horseshoe Bay Beach

This is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The pink sand is stunning and the gentle waves create a relaxing oasis for all who visit. The beach can often be crowded, but for good reason. Visitors can rent beach chairs and umbrellas and sit back to enjoy the picturesque environment. Horseshoe Bay Beach is also a fantastic locale to take a walk, go for a swim in the clear waters, and climb on the majestic rock formations.

2) Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse

Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse is one of the tallest cast-iron lighthouses in the world. For a very cheap entry fee, visitors can climb 185 steps to the top of the lighthouse to see a breathtaking view of Bermuda. After spending time exploring all of the incredible parts of Bermuda, it is a great idea to climb to the top of this lovely structure to see it from a bird’s-eye view. There is also a lovely gift shop at the bottom of the lighthouse.

3) St. Peter’s Church

Located in St. George’s, Bermuda, St. Peter’s Church is a historical landmark that is sure to intrigue anyone who visits. Established in 1612, St. Peter’s Church is the oldest Anglican church outside of the British Isles and the oldest Protestant church in the New World that is in continuous use. Amazingly, it is still in great condition. This landmark has even been designated Their Majesties Chapel, by the Queen in 2012. The church has an incredible organ donated by the people of Canada and a historical cemetery.

4) Crystal and Fantasy Caves

Both of these caves are stunning, with unique formations and platforms on which to see beautiful sites. If you have a rainy day while you’re visited Bermuda, this is a perfect way to make the most of that day. And even if you don’t have a rainy day, both caves were beautiful and worth the visit. The enthusiastic tour guides bring visitors through the caves and bring life to the incredible stalactites and stalagmites. Just make sure you’re prepared to climb a lot of stairs.

5) Bermuda Aquarium, Natural History Museum & Zoo

When you’re in an incredible location like Bermuda, who wouldn’t want to see all of the beautiful creatures that live there? The aquarium and zoo are bound to be fascinating and fun for the whole family. This center is small but has a lot of fascinating animals from sea turtles to lovely birds like flamingos and a scarlet ibis. Admission is very affordable and some of the animals, such as lemurs, are just walking around the property so that you can see them up close.

Tourist come from far and wide to see the beautiful beaches and stay to immerse themselves in the other attractions, too. Whether you want to relax on the beach, see stunning views or check out a slice of history, Bermuda has something for everyone.