Fodor's Expert Review St. David's Island

St. George's Island

In a place famous for manicured lawns and well-tended gardens, St. David's Island feels comparatively wild; nevertheless, the real highlight is—quite literally—St. David's Lighthouse. Built in 1879 of Bermuda stone and occupying the tallest point on the East End, this red-and-white-striped lighthouse rises 208 feet above the sea, providing jaw-dropping views of St. George's, Castle Harbour, and the reef-rimmed south shore. Although the lighthouse itself isn't accessible to the public, this is a great place to spot humpback whales passing through Bermuda's waters in April and May. St. David's is also the site of L.F. Wade International Airport, the main gateway to Bermuda.

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St. David’s Island, Saint George’s Parish  DD 02, Bermuda

- 441 - 236–5902

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