Bermuda’s Three Regions

aerial view of coastal residences

One small island. Three distinct sides.

As you move throughout Bermuda, you’ll notice different areas of the island look and feel totally unique. Bermuda is made up of three regions: St. George’s and the East End, which has a charming, historic village feel; Hamilton & Central Bermuda, the lively, chic, and cosmopolitan heart of the island; and the Royal Naval Dockyard & West End, a popular sightseeing destination packed with maritime history and incredible views. Take your time exploring all three regions – each one is packed with hidden gems, secluded spots, and local favourites.

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St. George’s & the East End

Historic and quaint, St. George’s is home to the Town of St. George, Bermuda’s former capital and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The East End of Bermuda is full of incredible architecture, heritage, and culture. Stroll centuries-old brick streets and pop into unique shops, galleries, and boutiques. Or, uncover otherworldly, natural wonders at the Crystal & Fantasy Caves, Cooper’s Island Nature Reserve, and Blue Hole Park in Tom Moore’s Jungle

City of Hamilton – City Of Hamilton

Hamilton & Central Bermuda

Bermuda’s colourful capital, the City of Hamilton, is packed with pastel-hued buildings and cosmopolitan style, where laid-back island vibes meet chic sophistication. Dining, shopping, nightlife, and more will keep you busy from morning to night. Take a break at one of the area’s beaches,  forts, gardens or lush, green parks.

Dockyard in Bermuda

Royal Naval Dockyard & the West End

Bermuda’s West End houses the historic Royal Naval Dockyard, home to a major cruise port and a lively hub for sightseeing, shopping, dining, entertainment, and more. The nearby pink-sand beaches of the South Shore, including Horseshoe Bay and Warwick Long Bay, are some of the island’s best. Check out the view from Gibbs Hill Lighthouse or explore the picture-perfect village of Somerset.