South Shore Scenery and Hamilton
GBP55.0 Per Person
Approximately 3.00 hours.
Bermuda's breathtaking South Shore is a National Park, stretching over a mile from Horseshoe Bay Beach to Warwick Long Bay. Admire its secluded bays, colourful limestone cottages and pink-sand beaches. Along the way, you’ll stop at the tiny Heydon Trust Chapel, built in the early 1600s, and Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, which dates from 1846 and is thought to be one of only two cast-iron lighthouses still in existence. Bermuda also lays claim to the world's smallest drawbridge, Somerset Bridge – cross over it before heading to Hamilton for some time browsing in Front Street's boutiques.