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Bermuda is known for its pink beaches and the coral-covered shipwrecks waiting to be explored by snorkelers. But away from the tourist hotspots, why not stay among the locals in Warwick, near the island’s longest stretch of sand, or among the cobbled streets of 400-year-old St George’s? Here’s our pick of the best ways to sample local life.
You can’t moor your boat in Hamilton after a morning of sailing without stopping for a bite at the Princess. Set right on the harbour, it’s perfect for watching world-class yachts as they take to the bay, and just a 14-minute walk from landmarks such as the Bermuda National Gallery – though you don’t need to leave the hotel to see works by some of the world’s best artists. Pieces by Picasso and Matisse adorn the walls of this alternative gallery space, with new pieces being acquired all the time – book a guided tour.