There’s No Doubt About It

Bermuda’s idyllic location and stylish finds make it a retail paradise, where you’ll find everything you are looking for — and more.

When you think about a shopping destination, big cities like New York, London or Paris come to mind. But with coastally curated, pink sand–inspired shopping, Bermuda has them beat. Even if you don’t intend to do more than window-shop, you’re likely to end up making a purchase — or a few — here.

Bermuda has various shopping districts from Royal Naval Dockyard in the West end to the Town of St. George in the East, One of the heaviest concentration of stores is in the City of Hamilton. It’s here where you’ll find the iconic candy-coloured buildings Bermuda is known for. Luxury brands and local favourites dot the Hamilton Harbour — and you’ll be sure to find something that suits your fancy.

If your goal is gathering great gifts for loved ones, you’ll find them in an array of outlets, ranging from smaller personalised speciality shops to bigger department stores. Some of the standout items that can be found in Hamilton include Wedgwood china and Baccarat crystal, local clothing brands, leather goods, perfumes, Irish linens and even locally made art and jewellery





Royal Naval Dockyard is easily accessible by scooter or electric car; by minibus or taxi; via Bermuda’s iconic pink Bermuda Breeze buses, which offer service from the City of Hamilton to Dockyard; and by the Sea Express ferry from Hamilton, and from St. George’s in the summer. Children under 5 ride buses and ferries for free. Visitors can also take advantage of the free train shuttle within Dockyard when cruise ships are in port or the boundless taxis and minibuses available, and Twizy recharge stations are available at Dockyard as well. For more information on transportation, please visit the Dockyard Visitor Services Centre, located in the gazebo on Dockyard Terrace adjacent to the Ferry Pier, or call 296-9400



St. George’s is easily accessible by scooter or electric car, and you will find charging stations in the town. You may also take advantage of Bermuda’s excellent public transportation and head out to St. George’s by bus or ferry. Sea Express Ferry offers a seasonal Orange Route that operates from April to November to St. George’s from Hamilton, via Dockyard (295-4506; To take the iconic pink Bermuda Breeze bus ride from Hamilton to St. George’s, choose routes 1, 3, 10 or 11. Or you can take the bus from Dockyard, via Hamilton, to St. George’s (295-3851; Pick up a Transportation Pass, which is good for unlimited rides on the bus and ferry system. Passes cost $19 for one day, $31.50 for two days, $44 for three days, $48.50 for four days and $62 for seven days, with discounted rates for children ages 5 to 16. Children under 5 ride free.

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