St. Davids Lighthouse

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Still standing tall and lighting the way for sailors who navigate the intrepid waters off the coast of Bermuda, St. Davids Lighthouse has been around for well over 100 years. The beam stretches out over 20 miles into the ocean at night, but during the day serves as a popular attraction for guests who yearn to see as much of Bermuda's country and seaside as possible in one swoop.


St. Davids Lighthouse is a lovely stone structure, painted white and accented in red. The lighthouse stands 55 feet tall, but 208 feet above sea level, and features a panoramic view of westward waters.

Staying Close

St. Davids Lighthouse is located in St. David's Island, which means guests staying in this area of Bermuda will have the benefit of easy access to this lighthouse for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations around the area within the vicinity of this lighthouse, only a little tourist movement should be bargained on.

Location and What's Nearby

You'll find a sizable number of food places to pick from in the neighborhood encompassing this lighthouse. The most convenient restaurant is Blackhorse Tavern, which has a menu full of Caribbean meals. The restaurant is only around a half mile away from this landmark, so grab a table and enjoy a meal. Also near St. Davids Lighthouse you and your party will have eateries such as White Horse Pub and Tavern by the Sea where you will want to try a bite of International food and enjoy the Bermuda scene.


Operating Hours

St. Davids Lighthouse is open to the public between the months of May and September.


St. Davids Lighthouse is free to the public.

Contact Information

Location: South Shore, St. David's Island, Bermuda


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