Activities in Southampton Bermuda
Listed below are all the sports and recreational activities in Southampton parish Bermuda. I have also shown all the top outfitters and establishments offering the services, as well as the public facilities that are available in the parish. Check out the links below to find out the details of the offerings.
If you are looking for some great scenic views from Bermuda waters, plus lots of information about the island, and also plus glass bottom views of marine life in Atlantic, Aquatic Bermuda can be a great option. It has an operation out of hotel Fairmont Southampton.
A vacation in Bermuda is never complete unless you have experienced a boating tour. In Fantasea, you get a number of options. You have a choice of a catamaran tour on a 55-foor long Aristocat. You can then choose a tour for sailing, sightseeing or even snorkeling. The second option is the glass bottom boat tour on Looking Glass. Another option is the Eco tours on Eco Xpress.
Operating from Fairmont Southampton Resort, this operator offers organized Jet Ski tours and also wake boarding, water ski, tubes and boat rentals.
This is a PADI 5-Star IDC facility and operates from some of the Bermuda hotel complexes including Fairmont Southampton. This is Bermuda’s one of the few land-based operations to offer scuba diving for both North and South shore wrecks and reef sites.
This is another PADI 5-Star IDC facility and Bermuda’s longest running dive operation. It gives you great access to Bermuda’s exciting wrecks and pristine reefs. It offers year-round scuba diving, two custom dive boats and operates from three locations. One of the locations is Robinson's Sports Center, in the adjacent Sandy's parish. It also offers guided shore dives and dive packages.
Golf in Southampton Bermuda
(Southampton Bermuda, 18 holes, 2737 yards, par 54)
This golf course, part of the hotel Fairmont Southampton complex, offers excellent marine and landscape views. This is a fairly challenging course with water hazards. The complex includes a pro shop, tennis courts, bar and restaurants.
(Southampton Bermuda, 18 holes, 6842 yards, par 71)
This Bermuda golf course is known for its spectacular ocean views, the lush greenery and ocean side cliffs. The course includes on-site dining options and a pro shop.
There is a driving range but no regular golf course. It's great for practice or if you want to go through learning sessions under a Pro.
Tennis in Southampton Bermuda
Port Royal Tennis Club has four all-weather plexi-pave tennis courts. Two of them are lit at night. The tennis club is located within the Port Royal Golf Club property. 5 Middle Road, Southampton. Phone: 441/238-9430
Whaler Inn Tennis Club is located within Fairmont Southampton Hotel property. It has six plexi pave hard courts, three of which are lit up at nights. Non guests can also play by paying an hourly rate. You can also take lessons from resident pros. There is a pro shop that sells some of the finest Nike wears and gears.
Hours: 8 a.m. to midnight. 101 South Road, Phone: 441/239-6950, Email: [email protected]
Soccer and Cricket
Southampton Rangers Sports Club Bermuda
Soccer games are played on the weekends at the club's ground during the winter time. It turns into a cricket ground during May to September where competitive matches are held between various zones of the island.
Address: 49 Horseshoe Road, Southampton. Phone: (441) 238-0058
Running and Hiking
The part of the Railway Trail
that passes through Southampton is a lovely scenic stretch. It's a great trail for running, walking and cycling. The trail goes mostly through dense woodland areas full with spice trees. The trail cuts through the property of Fairmont Southampton Hotel and also goes below the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse
before leading towards a rural stretch in Sandy's.
Children's and Kids Activities
Death Valley Field and Playground is a park located on Middle Road, opposite Terceira’s Port Royal Esso Station. It's maintained by the Parks Department. Such unfortunate name has been given to this nice park because many motor drivers lost their lives on the busy Middle Road near this playground in 1940s and 1950s. There are slides, swings and playing structures for children. You will also find picnic tables and shaded benches, and a large playing field just adjacent to this park. There is no public toilets though. Enough parking is available.
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