Afternoons relaxing on the white sands, evenings of fine dining and blending with the locals are the order of the day on this island paradise. There is not much that Barbados does not have, except for cold temperatures, but we don’t mind that.
1. OISTINS FISH FRY
Known more commonly on the island as Fish Fridays, Oistins is an active fishing village on the south coast of the island and is a hub of activity on weekend nights, Fridays in particular. If you’re looking for an authentic Caribbean experience where you can mix with the locals and indulge on fresh fish, head down on Fridays before 6pm to enjoy the sunset before the party starts.
2. LIMEGROVE LIFESTYLE CENTRE
The best place to shop in Barbados for all your duty-free goodies from designer jewellery to handbags, complemented by an array of restaurants, bars and cafes.
3. AL-FRESCO DINING BY THE SEA
Cin Cin by the Sea has fast become an island hot spot making waves on the West Coast, its open-air terrace and oceanfront dining is a favourite for many wanting to relax in a contemporary setting while dining on international cuisine.
4. ISLAND SAFARI
First time to the island? Or perhaps you want to explore more of the island you have fallen in love with an Island Safari is the perfect way to see the island in all its glory from the lush rainforests to the stunning Atlantic coastline, you can stop off at Magnetic Hill and discover gravity like you have never seen before.
5. CATAMARAN CRUISE
Sailing the Caribbean is a dream for many and with Cool Runnings Catamaran Cruises, you can live your dreams, even if just for the day. From snorkelling trips to sunset cruises, you can even hire a catamaran privately and experience the crystal waters of the Barbadian coastline.
Discover this vibrant, all-inclusive resort which sits on the islands prestigious west coast of Barbados. A wonderfully warm and friendly atmosphere awaits at this village-style resort which boasts just 88 rooms. With personalized beach service and beach & pool ambassador service, this award-winning resort is a favourite for many.
All-suite and all-inclusive, Turtle Beach Resort is nestled on a gorgeous stretch of white sandy beach in one of Barbados’ most desirable locations within walking distance to the lively St Lawrence Gap.
Small but perfectly formed, Treasure Beach has long been one of Barbados’s most ‘treasured’ hotels. Yet nowadays it’s not just in demand but it’s also in vogue, with a stylish appearance that evokes Caribbean living at its most refined. But traditionalists have no need to backtrack as this is still the kind of place where everyone knows your name.
The award-winning Tamarind, on the Platinum coast of Barbados, features 104 contemporary guest rooms on a vast stretch of serene beach. Relax poolside on family-sized day beds, swim with turtles and enjoy a range of complimentary water sports.
A refreshingly different hotel that is very much part of the north-west coast of Barbados as opposed to simply on it. This 21-suite hideaway has sprung up around the historical waterfront site of Fort Rupert and its 17th century origins contribute a distinctly authentic feel to its fashionably chic ambiance.
Barbados is a beautiful Caribbean coral island fanned by the trade winds, which create a mildly tropical climate as warm and welcoming as the Barbadians’ smiles. Here, Ocean Two nestles between the picture-perfect white sands and turquoise waters of Dover Beach and Maxwell Beach - and the fully-equipped suites are spacious and stylish, making them a fantastic base for families as well as couples.
Mango Bay, a small and friendly boutique resort, offers every convenience of an all-inclusive beach holiday. Not only does it enjoy the most sought-after location, on the oceanfront on the famous west coast of Barbados, it’s also a few steps from the restaurants, bars and boutiques of fashionable Holetown St. James and the duty free shopping at Limegrove Lifestyle Centre.
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