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The Island Of
Barbados is an eastern Caribbean island and an independent British Commonwealth nation. Bridgetown, the capital, is a cruise-ship port with colonial buildings and Nidhe Israel, a synagogue founded in 1654. Around the island are beaches, botanical gardens, the Harrison’s Cave formation, and 17th-century plantation houses like St. Nicholas Abbey. Local traditions include afternoon tea and cricket, the national sport
Barbados is one of the most visited islands in the Caribbean for good reason.
The newly minted republic is blessed with naturally occurring marvels, a network of architectural and historical attractions, exotic wildlife, a wealth of water sports, and pristine beaches. It’s why favorite daughter Rihanna doesn’t stay away from home for too long and why you’ll keep coming back. Here are the best places to visit in Barbados.
Island Resorts & Retreats
WHERE TO STAY
Sugar Bay Barbados
With stunning views, first-rate dining, exceptional activities, and amenities, Sugar Bay Barbados offers all of this and more for you and your family. Located on the pristine beach, just steps from a tranquil ocean lagoon, our all-inclusive resort is an oasis of serenity and seclusion – yet is also within walking distance of Bridgetown’s South Coast Boardwalk, vibrant nightlife and fascinating attractions including the Historic Garrison (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)
Beach View barbados
Beach View is a family run hotel, nestled on five acres of lushly landscaped gardens, just across the road from the stunning turquoise waters of Paynes Bay. Accommodations include spacious 1, 2 & 3 bedroom classic & luxury suites with full kitchens, fully-equipped two-story garden villas & well-appointed hotel rooms. The property features four pools, including one for children. There is also a poolside, open-air cafe serving breakfast, lunch & dinner as well as a spa, salon & on-site gym
Coconut Court Beach Hotel
Coconut Court is a family owned and managed beachfront hotel located on the south coast of beautiful Barbados. Located directly on a pristine white sandy beach, close to the Boardwalk, St Lawrence Gap and Bridgetown. Our fun, relaxing and personable ambience allows us to offer a memorable guest experience unlike other large Caribbean resorts.
There is no better place to experience beach life in Barbados. See you soon!
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It’s no secret that Barbados is known for having some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The serene Caribbean coast on the west is famed for its aquamarine waters and soft sands, while the wilder beaches in Barbados on the east coast are exhilarating to visit, with big rollers and dramatic scenery.
Fresh Island Flavours
DRINKS & DINING
The Shipping Room
Discover a unique hide-away with fine wines and whiskey in a NY style lounge. Just what the south coast has been waiting for!
Just what the South Coast has been waiting for. A place to come with your friends or business associates. Enjoy a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere with a wide variety of whiskies, wines and spirits. Indoors or outdoors, enjoy our delicious bar bites or a full dinner menu to compliment your favourite beverage.
Alive and vibrant set in a chic, laid-back Caribbean atmosphere. Champers sits amidst breath-taking views of the water’s edge Our upstairs dining room is enclosed and air-conditioned for your comfort. Ideal for hosting clients and business lunches as it boasts panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea.
Peruse the Art Gallery curated by Vanita Commissiong adorned with pieces from local and regional artists.
Since February 2014 Nishi is under the ownership of Steve Prebble a UK entrepreneur who lives in Barbados. Nishi incorporates a funky outdoor dining area and bar where you can dine under the stars, air-conditioned dining watching our famous sushi chefs and a private dining area. We are family friendly offering everything from great sushi to homemade British pies and an early evening takeaway service. We pride ourselves on our warm personal welcome and a solid first class consistency in our sushi and hot food.
EXPLORE THE ISLAND
Barbados, the easternmost island in the Caribbean Sea, is relatively flat and less mountainous, in comparison to its more-mountainous island neighbours to the west. It has an area of 439 sq. km (169 sq mi).
As observed on the physical map of Barbados above, the island is roughly triangular in shape. In the western half, the land rises gently from coastal lowlands into the rolling hills.
Beyond those hills in the central highland region stands the island’s highest point – Mount Hillaby, at an elevation on 1,120ft (340m) above sea level (as marked on the map by a yellow upright triangle).
In the eastern third of Barbados, the landscape rises sharply into low hills that shadow the coastline. In the southern part of the island, the highlands decline steeply to the St. George’s Valley, where the land rises to form Christ Church Ridge between the sea and the valley. Barbados is drained by a few small rivers and all rise in the hilly areas of the central and north. Rainfall also irrigates Barbados through a series of small streams. Offshore, much of the country is circled by coral reefs