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Things to see in Barbados

Barbados Attractions


Barbados has a lot to offer visitors regarding beach life and sightseeing. Resorts in St James and St Peter are dream settings from which to appreciate this tropical paradise. More specifically, guests will find luxury, relaxation and a touch of hedonism on the island's renowned west coast.

On the sightseeing front, Harrison's Cave and the Jacobean Mansions are certainly worth visiting. So too is the little fishing village of Bathsheba, which is favoured by surfers and photographers. Graeme Hall Swamp has even more in the way of unusual sights.

All in all, the island is an irresistible option for that perfect, sunny, 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 entire…

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Bathsheba

Bathsheba is home to a small community of fishing folk. Located on the island's east coast, its rocky terrain makes it…

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Carlisle Bay Diving

The Carlisle Bay Marine Park is a superb site for beginner and veteran divers. Its diverse and wonderfully coloured marine…

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Flower Forest

Barbados' Flower Forest is a wonderful stop for families. Parents can admire beautifully coloured tropical plants and…

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Folkestone Marine Park

Combining a museum and an aquarium, the Folkestone Marine Park features an artificial reef, purposely formed by sinking…

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Gardens

Barbados has many beautiful tropical gardens. All of them are worth visiting for the tranquillity they inspire.

Travellers…

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Graeme Hall Swamp

Located near Bridgetown, the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary is Barbados' largest expanse of inland water. Its red and white…

read more


Harrison’s Cave

This huge underground cavern boasts an amazing gallery of deep emerald pools, breath-taking waterfalls, and stalagmites…

read more


Jacobean Mansions

Constructed in the 1650s, Drax Hall in St George and St Nicholas Abbey in St Peter are two of the oldest buildings in…

read more


Surfing the Soup Bowl

Serious surfers should head to the Soup Bowl. Located on Barbados' east coast, the beach is home to the island's biggest…

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West Coast Beaches

Western Barbados is known as the 'Platinum Coast'. North of the capital, Bridgetown, visitors will find many splendid…

read more


Wildlife

Barbados is a treasure trove of tropical wildlife. Visitors will enjoy encountering the island's colourful species on…

read more

 


Things to see in Barbados

Barbados Attractions


Barbados has a lot to offer visitors regarding beach life and sightseeing. Resorts in St James and St Peter are dream settings from which to appreciate this tropical paradise. More specifically, guests will find luxury, relaxation and a touch of hedonism on the island's renowned west coast.

On the sightseeing front, Harrison's Cave and the Jacobean Mansions are certainly worth visiting. So too is the little fishing village of Bathsheba, which is favoured by surfers and photographers. Graeme Hall Swamp has even more in the way of unusual sights.

All in all, the island is an irresistible option for that perfect, sunny, 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 entire…

read more


Bathsheba

Bathsheba is home to a small community of fishing folk. Located on the island's east coast, its rocky terrain makes it…

read more


Carlisle Bay Diving

The Carlisle Bay Marine Park is a superb site for beginner and veteran divers. Its diverse and wonderfully coloured marine…

read more


Flower Forest

Barbados' Flower Forest is a wonderful stop for families. Parents can admire beautifully coloured tropical plants and…

read more


Folkestone Marine Park

Combining a museum and an aquarium, the Folkestone Marine Park features an artificial reef, purposely formed by sinking…

read more


Gardens

Barbados has many beautiful tropical gardens. All of them are worth visiting for the tranquillity they inspire.

Travellers…

read more


Graeme Hall Swamp

Located near Bridgetown, the Graeme Hall Nature Sanctuary is Barbados' largest expanse of inland water. Its red and white…

read more


Harrison’s Cave

This huge underground cavern boasts an amazing gallery of deep emerald pools, breath-taking waterfalls, and stalagmites…

read more


Jacobean Mansions

Constructed in the 1650s, Drax Hall in St George and St Nicholas Abbey in St Peter are two of the oldest buildings in…

read more


Surfing the Soup Bowl

Serious surfers should head to the Soup Bowl. Located on Barbados' east coast, the beach is home to the island's biggest…

read more


West Coast Beaches

Western Barbados is known as the 'Platinum Coast'. North of the capital, Bridgetown, visitors will find many splendid…

read more


Wildlife

Barbados is a treasure trove of tropical wildlife. Visitors will enjoy encountering the island's colourful species on…

read more