Stylist Shiona Turini’s 5 Top Tips for Bermuda

1. I may be biased, but it is no secret that Bermuda’s beaches are arguably the best in the world. One of my favourites is the private beach at Elbow Beach Resort & Spa. It’s one of the few places on the island that has a restaurant close to the water, and the sand is so pink and so perfect.

2. You haven’t really experienced the island unless you’ve seen it from the sea. Chartering a boat for the day is absolutely necessary. It’s one of the most magical experiences you will ever have. One of the most popular boating areas is Paradise Lakes, but my new favourite spot on the water is the outskirts of Police Beach which is much more private, with spectacular views.

3. I can’t visit Bermuda without having a wahoo fish sandwich and the best is definitely served at Seaside Grill on North Shore. It’s perfectly seasoned and practically melts in my mouth. I get mine on raisin bread with lettuce, tomato, cole slaw and tarter sauce. Sounds extreme, but I promise it’s heaven.

4. Visit the Unfinished Church in the town of St. Georges. It’s an insanely beautiful structure that feels like an ancient ruin but is actually a church that was started in the 1800s and never finished. Stand in the centre and look up at the sky.

5. Rosewood Tuckers Point is the chicest hotel on the island. Of course, the beaches and pools and staff are outstanding. But my favourite part is a secret trail behind the pool.  It feels like you’ve been transported to a jungle – waterfalls, banana trees, and more. It’s so hidden and unexpected.

Editor, consultant and Stylist, Shiona Turini wears our Leopard print Puerto Viejo bikini top and a pair of our Sydney sunglasses in black tortoise shell. 

Anna Laub wears our matte black, black mirror Seoul sunglasses.