Our guide to the best attractions locally when staying in our luxury Barbados villas, there really is something for everybody!
Barbados has a wealth of attractions to keep you busy during your stay, whether it be one of the fantastic eateries, having a few rounds of golf, or snorkelling with turtles.
Barbados’ west coast is known for its white sands and turquoise waters, and the beach at Holetown is part of the ‘Platinum Coast’ a long stretch of soft sands fringed by swaying palms.
Spend your days lounging by turquoise waters and slip easily into nights dining under the starry Caribbean sky....
Pebbles beach is located on the south-western coast. The calm waters and white sands lend themselves to snorkelling or scuba diving around the shipwrecks in Carlisle Bay, paddle boarding and kayaking.
Lone Star Restaurant
Intimate in style, with a cool, contemporary design, Lone Star Barbados is in the exclusive St James area of the island. It is surrounded by lush tropical gardens and situated on the west coast beach.
Hunte's Garden is a botanical garden and significant tourist attraction in the St Joseph area of central Barbados, created from the 1950s by horticulturist Anthony Hunte in an unusual sink-hole-like gully.
Mullins beach is located in the parish of St.Peter and is one of the most popular beaches on the west coast.
Brighton Farmer’s Market
In the centre of the island of Barbados, in the parish of St. George, there is a location to which an early morning expedition is made every Saturday morning by a large number of Barbadians as well as members of the expatriate community
Animal Flower Cave
The Animal Flower Cave is located at the most northerly point of Barbados in the parish of St.Lucy offering spectacular views across the Atlantic Ocean.
Gibbs beach is a peaceful, tree-lined sandy stretch of beach with calm waters for swimming & snorkelling, plus a great location for sunset watching.
Golf at Royal Westmoreland
Improve your golf game at Royal Westmoreland. Test yourself on their par 72, 7,045-yard course designed by acclaimed course designer, Robert Trent Jones Jnr.
Experience the award winning Atlantis submarine tour - one of the most highly recommended things to do in Barbados for families!
Globe Drive-In Cinema
Movies and dinner under the clear Barbadian skies!
Chattel Village, Holetown
The Chattel Village is a colourful collection of shops located in the popular west coast town of Holetown. The shops are set in lovely tropical gardens making for scenic shopping and browsing.
Limegrove Lifestyle Centre
Limegrove, located in Holetown, is the best place to shop in Barbados, offering an unmatched selection of luxury and duty-free jewellery, apparel and accessories.
Bathsheba & The Soup Bowl
Bathsheba is the main fishing village in the parish of Saint Joseph on the east coast. Along the coast are guest houses, local rum shops and restaurants.
Island Safari Barbados
Their unique safari tours take you to all the coolest spots in Barbados only accessible in their 4 x 4 vehicles.
With over 15 years experience, Barbadian Captain Dwayne is licensed and insured to operate commercially along the pristine shores of Barbados
Escape aboard one of Seaduced's luxury catamarans or power boats!
One of the Barbados Tourism Encyclopedia's "Seven Wonders of Barbados" is this spectacular cave which is one of our island's most famous attractions.
St Nicholas Abbey
St. Nicholas Abbey’s 350-year history is filled with colourful tales of murder, love and intrigue; its owners have played pivotal roles in both Barbadian and American history.