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Things to see in Barbados

Barbados Attractions


Barbados has a lot to offer visitors in the way of beach life and sightseeing, making this a superb holiday destination for anyone. When not lazing on the beach, a visit to Harrison's Cave could prove rewarding and the Jacobean Mansions are also worth seeing. The little fishing village of Bathsheba is favoured by surfers and photographers alike, while Graeme Hall Swamp has even more to offer in the way of unusual sights. Tropical Barbados boasts sunny and fair weather, and the friendly locals also make this an irresistible option for that perfect coastal vacation.



Andromeda Botanic Gardens

Located on a cliff overlooking the town of Bathsheba, the Andromeda Botanic Gardens make a great day out for the whole…

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Bathsheba

This little fishing village on the east coast is a favourite spot for photographers because of its picturesque rocky…

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Carlisle Bay Diving

The waters around Barbados are a treasure trove of marine life. Barrier reefs, situated about 1.5-2 miles (2.5 to 3km)…

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Flower Forest

This wonderful attraction is a fantastic place for families to take the kids for the day. The beautifully-coloured tropical…

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Folkestone Marine Park

Combining a museum and an aquarium, the Folkestone Marine Park and Visitor Centre features an artificial reef around…

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Gardens

Barbados offers the tranquillity of several beautifully landscaped tropical gardens. Just outside Bridgetown, in the…

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Graeme Hall Swamp

Not far from Bridgetown, in the parish of Christ Church, is the largest expanse of inland water on Barbados. The expansive…

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Harrison’s Cave

This huge underground cavern is one of the most popular attractions on the island with its amazing gallery of stalactites…

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Jacobean Mansions

St Nicholas' Abbey in St Peter and Drax Hall in St George are two of the oldest buildings in Barbados. Both are world-renowned…

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Surfing the Soup Bowl

Being a coral island, a coral reef stretches all around Barbados' coastline, providing for unlimited surfing conditions…

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The Concorde Experience

Small kids love nothing more than the sheer size of airplanes and seeing a real-life world-famous Concorde will be no…

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West Coast Beaches

Barbados's beaches are known around the world as vacation hotspots, and the west coast is known as the 'Platinum Coast'.…

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Wildlife

The waters around Barbados are a treasure trove of marine life. In the far north of the island is the Animal Flower Cave…

read more

 


Things to see in Barbados

Barbados Attractions


Barbados has a lot to offer visitors in the way of beach life and sightseeing, making this a superb holiday destination for anyone. When not lazing on the beach, a visit to Harrison's Cave could prove rewarding and the Jacobean Mansions are also worth seeing. The little fishing village of Bathsheba is favoured by surfers and photographers alike, while Graeme Hall Swamp has even more to offer in the way of unusual sights. Tropical Barbados boasts sunny and fair weather, and the friendly locals also make this an irresistible option for that perfect coastal vacation.



Andromeda Botanic Gardens

Located on a cliff overlooking the town of Bathsheba, the Andromeda Botanic Gardens make a great day out for the whole…

read more


Bathsheba

This little fishing village on the east coast is a favourite spot for photographers because of its picturesque rocky…

read more


Carlisle Bay Diving

The waters around Barbados are a treasure trove of marine life. Barrier reefs, situated about 1.5-2 miles (2.5 to 3km)…

read more


Flower Forest

This wonderful attraction is a fantastic place for families to take the kids for the day. The beautifully-coloured tropical…

read more


Folkestone Marine Park

Combining a museum and an aquarium, the Folkestone Marine Park and Visitor Centre features an artificial reef around…

read more


Gardens

Barbados offers the tranquillity of several beautifully landscaped tropical gardens. Just outside Bridgetown, in the…

read more


Graeme Hall Swamp

Not far from Bridgetown, in the parish of Christ Church, is the largest expanse of inland water on Barbados. The expansive…

read more


Harrison’s Cave

This huge underground cavern is one of the most popular attractions on the island with its amazing gallery of stalactites…

read more


Jacobean Mansions

St Nicholas' Abbey in St Peter and Drax Hall in St George are two of the oldest buildings in Barbados. Both are world-renowned…

read more


Surfing the Soup Bowl

Being a coral island, a coral reef stretches all around Barbados' coastline, providing for unlimited surfing conditions…

read more


The Concorde Experience

Small kids love nothing more than the sheer size of airplanes and seeing a real-life world-famous Concorde will be no…

read more


West Coast Beaches

Barbados's beaches are known around the world as vacation hotspots, and the west coast is known as the 'Platinum Coast'.…

read more


Wildlife

The waters around Barbados are a treasure trove of marine life. In the far north of the island is the Animal Flower Cave…

read more