One look at Bermuda’s famous pink-sand beaches and it is easy to see why Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas call this subtropical paradise “home.” Given their warm blush tones by particles of crushed coral, the pastel-colored sands literally glow alongside the clear turquoise waters.
Everywhere you turn in Bermuda, you see color. The azure waters of the ocean mirror the deep-blue sky. Wedged in between are candy-colored houses, in shades of green, pink, and yellow, nestled in lush green subtropical foliage. At the stunning Cambridge Beaches in Somerset, guests stay in luxury cottages painted in pastel pink. With four sandy beaches and coves lined with palm trees, it is a water lover’s paradise. Dipping below the surface, snorkelers can admire the brightly colored tropical fish and exquisite coral sculptures. Divers can explore the skeletons of wrecked ships that rest on the sandy seabed. At night, guests fill the waterside alfresco restaurant Breezes.
Candlelit tables are set up on the powdery sand, and the Atlantic Ocean laps just a few feet away. For the ultimate romantic dining experience, staff will arrange dinner on a private island. Diners are escorted by speedboat to a sandy key, where a candlelit table awaits. After the meal, guests are returned to the resort, and the rising tides reclaim the island again.