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Umbrellas dot Elbow Beach, one of the most popular beaches on Bermuda. There are many public and private beaches for visitors to enjoy, and no matter where you go, you are never more than a half-mile from the water.  
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Bermuda is full of beautiful resorts. Located about 640 miles off the coast of North Carolina and within two hours of New York and many other east coast cities, Bermuda offers visitors a Caribbean island experience with high-end resorts and beautiful beaches.  
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On Bermuda, snorkelers can explore the many coral reefs, coves, and inlets. Because the waters have excellent visibility—70 to 100 feet—even some of the 350 shipwrecks around the islands can be enjoyed by snorkelers. Waters are warmest from May to October.  
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With great weather and more golf courses per square mile than any other place in the world, Bermuda is a great destination for golf enthusiasts.  
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Front Street is a happening spot in the capital city of Hamilton, one of only two cities on the island. St. George, a World Heritage site, is the other.  
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A family enjoys a carriage ride. Although residents are allowed to own a car, visitors cannot rent them. Instead, they must rent mopeds, take a taxi, or opt for a carriage ride. No matter how you choose to get around, the national speed limit is only 20 miles per hour.  
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The Maritime Museum in Hamilton offers the Dolphin Quest Interactive Program, in which adults and kids can enjoy up-close and personal encounters with dolphins in a 12-foot pool. There are programs for children as young as three.  
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Sailing—both competitive and casual—is a popular sport in Bermuda. The racing season lasts from March to November, with most races held on the weekends in the Great Sound. Visitors can charter full yachts or rent smaller boats.  
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Bermuda's coast is not made up of only long stretches of sandy beaches. Sailors, snorkelers, and divers can explore the many coves and inlets around the islands.  
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Some resort cabins are perched over Bermuda's calm waters. Whether seeking adventure and fun or a chance to relax on the beach, Bermuda offers visitors a chance to get away from it all.  
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