Sun, sea and sand: Bermuda has been snaring hearts since shipwrecked English explorers first landed in 1609. And with a balmy climate, lush geography and lapping idyllic waters, it's no wonder the English never left this heavenly cluster of North Atlantic islands. One of the last vestiges of the North American British Empire, Bermuda's lure gets stronger with each passing year. Divers and snorkelers come to swim amid the neon fish and coral reefs, while kayakers, yachters and beach bunnies head to the waters of Southampton Parish. But it's not all water fun and beach frolicking. Bermuda also boasts world-class golf courses, tranquil hiking trails, colonial towns, cosmopolitan cities and some of the best resorts around. It's no surprise that the islands are a popular getaway destination for celebrities and well-heeled jet-setters wanting to get away from it all. But they don't have to be the only enjoying Bermuda's splendor. Settle in amid the friendly folk of the islands and let Bermuda sing you her siren song.