Bermuda may very well be the site for the ultimate, quintessential island getaway. Think on it: this is a place where cars weren't even allowed until after World War II, and even today bikes and golf carts are still the preferred modus operandi. Still, getting around is no problem for locals or visitors, and guests will probably even find the change of pace refreshing.
For most, the primary appeal of Bermuda lies, of course, in its resplendent beaches. Horseshoe Bay is one of the world's most popular (and often photographed) beaches, while Shelly Bay is ideally suited to children and families.
If at any point you grow weary of lazing on immaculate beaches and drinking rum (yes, that's a long-shot) consider paying a visit to the world headquarters of spirits giant Bacardi, which is located in the city of Hamilton on the island. Bacardi offers rum tours that are both edifying and satisfying.