Bermuda’s national Limestone Moongate is a delightful architectural feature or Oriental origin that was introduced to the island by seafarers who visited China. Associated with legend and magic, it is reputed that honeymooners who walk through a Moongate and make a wish will have happiness forever. This beautiful Moongate is located on Harrington Sound, Flatts.
John Smiths Bay
Sunrise at John Smiths bay, South Shore, Bermuda. Looking down the shore towards Pink Beach and Tuckers Town. Public beach and park famous for its sheltering cave and candy pink Bermuda stone cottage. Childhood home of the artist who lived at the Breakers Club that was once on the property.
Horseshoe bay, South Shore, Warwick, listed as one of the world’s most beautiful top 10 beaches. The crescent shaped pink sand beach and sparkling aquamarine waters is breath-taking at all times of the year. View is taken from top of large rock formation at Western end of beach. Favourite of tourists and locals alike.
Tobacco Bay, St. George’s
Tobacco Bay, St. George’s one of the most popular snorkelling spots on the East End, ties in with the Gunpowder Plot of 1775 when General George Washington suggested to local sympathisers that he would not inflict a food embargo on the island if they stole gunpowder from the island’s arsenal to assist his fight for American Independence. The gunpowder was stolen and secreted out from Tobacco Bay to a ship bound for Boston in the dead of the night.
Bermudian artist, Joan K. Aspinall, known for her colourful images of our island's flora, fauna and captivating scenery, carries her creativity to a new level in this dynamic, brilliant medium. Exploding with rainbow colours, her images grant viewers a small sampling of Bermuda's magic.