Below is an expandable and interactive map of Bermuda. If you are new to the island of Bermuda, start by clicking the main places of the island distinctly shown with colored markers. The map has markers for each of its nine parishes or counties. Additionally you will find marker for the Royal Naval Dockyard (Kings Wharf) located at the western tip in Ireland Island, the lovely South Shore Park which is famous for its several pink sandy beaches, Hamilton City (Capital of Bermuda) which is located centrally, etc.
At the Eastern end is St. George's Town which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the former capital of the island. Bermuda's airport is also located at the eastern end in St. David's island.
When you click a marker on the map, you will see description of the place and understand its significance. When you expand the map, you will see most of the roads and landmarks including many tourist attractions of Bermuda.
However, sometimes it's easier to refer to simpler maps that focus on a single subject. For example a tourist map that shows only the location of main tourist attractions of Bermuda, or the one that shows only the great beaches, or the great restaurants, or hotels. So here are some more maps of Bermuda for you.
Bermuda is divided into nine parishes or counties. Capital of Bermuda is the City of Hamilton. There is a parish in Bermuda named as Hamilton Parish. We were initially confused if both were the same. Answer is NO. The capital of Bermuda, that is the city of Hamilton is not even in the Hamilton parish. It's in Pembroke parish. So if you are new to Bermuda, this is a good simple map to look at. It shows in a simple way what and where the parishes of Bermuda are. When you click on a parish in the map, you will see a blown up detailed map of the parish itself. There are also links for detailed information about each parish with pictures.
A vacation in Bermuda is never complete unless you have visited some of the great tourist attractions like the museums, aquarium, historic buildings, churches, forts, caves, park, reserves etc. We have been to all such tourist places in Bermuda during our many vacations. This Map should give you a good idea of where these great places are and the main roads leading to them.
If you like to print the tourist map, I have also created a PDF version so that you can get a full page print. If you have a printer connected, just print it without doing anything. Here is the link: Bermuda Tourist Map (PDF)
We have been die hard fans of the Bermuda beaches. This actually prompted us to create a separate Bermuda beach map showing the location of the beaches. The idea was to have a quick location reference for our favorite Bermuda beaches. Once you visit the map, click on a circled beach number and you will see all the details about the beach including some lovely pictures.
This map will help you find the location of well known hotels in Bermuda. Nowadays when we come to Bermuda, the first thing my son does is to sell us the idea of a particular beach that he wants to stay close to. Once done, he would quickly get us to refer to the Beach Map and the Hotel Map together to then sell us the idea of which hotel to stay at, so that we can be comfortably close to the beach of choice. Well if you are planning to do something similar, then these two maps together can be quite handy to plan your stay in Bermuda.
You can see all the main roads of Hamilton city including the front street. This should give you a fairly good idea of Hamilton city's layout.
This is a neat map of the town of St. George Bermuda. This will give you the road directions to all the important places in St George.
Here is a dining map of Bermuda showing the location of all the top restaurants in the island. Hamilton and St. George's restaurants are shown in separate maps.
This dining map shows the location of all the top restaurants in Bermuda's Hamilton City, the port capital.
Shows the location of the best restaurants in St George's Bermuda.
Hamilton City, the capital of Bermuda is where most of the best stores are located. This map will help you find the top stores in Hamilton city.
This is a map of the dockyard complex which not only has two berths (Kings Wharf & Heritage Wharf) where the cruise ships dock, but is also a top tourist attraction in Bermuda with many historical buildings, fortifications, museums, parks etc.
If you are still unable to find the stuff that you are looking for, or you want far more details along with roads and directions, here is a great solution. This Bermuda map is probably the most detailed of all the maps I have seen so far and show where is what through a grid. This is courtesy department of Bermuda tourism. You will also get this map from a Visitors Information Center in Bermuda (known as Handy Reference Map). It's a foldable map. This is a PDF version which you can download and 9MB in size.
Order Free Printed Map & Brochures to be delivered to your address
Good news is you can now order printed maps and brochures that can be delivered to your address, and it's all free. You can order these through the website of Bermuda Tourism Authority (a body appointed by Tourism Department of Bermuda). The map provided is the Handy Reference Map which is the same as the Detailed Bermuda Map described above (foldable). However this service is available only to the citizens of the US, Europe and Canada. They usually deliver the packet within 7 days. Here is the website address to order the brochures & map (copy paste it on your browser address bar): www.gotobermuda.com/get-here/maps-and-brochures/
In my section on Bermuda Shipwrecks
, I have talked at length about all the famous shipwrecks around Bermuda and what you can expect to see if you are planning for a scuba dive in Bermuda waters. This Bermuda map will give you a reasonably good idea about where these shipwrecks are in the Atlantic with respect to the island:
Here you will see a map of Bermuda Triangle where the ships and planes mysteriously disappear. Bermuda itself is a corner of the triangle. The area is also known as the Devil's Triangle because of the superstition that Devil is at play in this part of the sea.
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