Wandermelon Feature Destination: Empty Beaches and Fine Dining Beckon This Fall in Bermuda
Less is more on the island during autumn, with lower prices, humidity and fewer visitors, making it a perfect time to visit Bermuda.
Your first priority when you get to Bermuda (or any island for that matter) should be to hit the beach. With plenty of stunning beaches to choose from, it’s easy to become mesmerized by Bermuda’s signature pink sand and turquoise waters. What may not be as easy is deciding which ones to visit along its 62-mile coastline. Luckily, we’ve done the leg work for you and compiled a list of some of the best beaches in Bermuda, a British territory located about 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Now that tourist (and hurricane) season is over, late fall and early winter can be an ideal time to visit the “Jewel of the Atlantic.”