Some of the top attractions in Bermuda are the Horseshoe Bay Beach, St. Peter's Church, Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo and the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse. The island is also popular for its nature trails and rich wildlife.
The island's most celebrated beach is the Horseshoe Bay Beach, a crescent-shaped beach famous for its gorgeous waters and breathtaking pink sands. The Caribbean island is also home to some of the oldest structures in the world. Completed in 1612, the St. Peter's Church is the oldest church in the Western Hemisphere. The Gibbs Hill Lighthouse is one of the oldest cast-iron lighthouses in the world, while the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo houses one of the world's oldest aquariums.
For nature lovers, Bermuda's Spittal Pond Nature Reserve offers nature trails, bird-watching spots and a view of its rich wetlands. The Railway Trail provides almost 29 kilometers of biking and walking trail that winds across beaches, sand dunes and, cliffs and the woods.