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If you're after a long-haul paradise, Holidays to Barbados are an idyllic slice of beach heaven - and boast some of the best hotels in the Caribbean. From grand beachfront resorts to all inclusive hotels and family-friendly accommodations, Barbados holidays offer ultimate R&R. Boasting a mixture of tropical beaches, rugged plantations, lively resorts and colonial towns, this exotic destination is the perfect escape whether you want a faraway summer fling or a dose of winter sun.

Stir in a splash of rum punch, the sounds of reggae music, a cigar factory or two and you've got cool Caribbean vibes locked down. Beach lovers will be in for a treat when visiting the famous Platinum Coast, where sweeping blonde beaches are fringed by tall palm trees and calm turquoise waters. Go kayaking, windsurfing or hop on a catamaran cruise around this well-established holiday isle - one of the best ways to see the island in all its beauty. Barbados holidays have a wide variety of things to see and do, whether you want to explore the secluded caves in northern resort St Lucy, visit the iconic Mount Gay Rum Factory, or soak up the culture in the UNESCO-listed capital of Bridgetown for a glimpse of Bajan history.

Indulge in the local cuisine and join an open-air BBQ at Oistins Fish Fry, where you can sample some Bajan rum punch on the beach, or head to the party hotspot St Lawrence Gap, home to upbeat rum shacks and reggae bar. Swim with turtles, ride a jeep safari through forests and sugarcane fields, snorkel, scuba and live it up Barbados style – this Caribbean sun-soaked gem awaits.

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The Bathsheba Beach

 

 

The Bathsheba Beach

From the bright white expanses of soft, sugary sand on the west coast to the south coast's rugged, surf-friendly shores, the glorious beaches of Barbados do not disappoint! And the beach bars are pretty famous as well! Don’t forget to enjoy a rum punch with a good book while looking out over the crystal clear, turquoise waters. The main resorts in the west of the island have beautiful golden sandy bays to enjoy.

Watersports

 

Watersports

The island of Barbados is a water-lover's paradise. Once you've skimmed the water on a windsurf or kite board, paddled along the coast in a kayak or hopped on a laugh-a-minute banana boat ride, why not relax on a catamaran cruise? From pirate ships to sail boats, these group day trips are great fun. Hop aboard and sail along the coast sipping a cocktail or two and enjoy a well-prepared lunch, snorkelling and lots of Caribbean flavour from the friendly crews. Sunbathe on the open decks and cool off in the glistening Caribbean Sea before soaking up the sunset. The larger boats can be great fun, with reggae music and a family friendly atmosphere.

 
Go for a Submarine Tour

 

Go for a Submarine Tour

The Caribbean is one of the most amazing places to scuba dive and snorkel and many boat tours also take you to sites where you can swim with turtles in the wild. Not a fan of diving? Don’t like sea water? Not to worry, Barbados has submarine tours that allow you to view tropical fish, corals and shipwrecks without getting wet! Enjoy the experience either by day or night, with the romantic night-time submarine trip focusing on the stunning colours of the corals and lesser spotted tropical fish, followed by a drinks reception afterwards.

 
Barbados Golf Club

 

Barbados Golf Club

Barbados is regarded as having some of the best championship golf courses in the Caribbean and with its spectacular weather and stunning scenery, it’s an ideal place to enjoy a round or two almost any time of year. The championship greens of Barbados Golf Club and Rockley Golf Course and Ape's Hill will keep you busy and test your abilities while the exclusive Sandy Lane hotel has no less than three designer courses on offer on the west coast.

 
Try Fish Cakes and Conkies

 

Try Fish Cakes and Conkies

Barbados is famous for its fine dining and lively party atmosphere and is often frequented with sun-loving celebrities. For fancy dinners and amazing sunsets check out Champers, Tides or The Cliff for that special occasion. If you’re looking for a lively night out, put on your dancing shoes ann head down to the St Lawrence Gap area where you’ll find a safe, pedestrian area full of quality restaurants, bars and music.

 
Swim in the Paynes Bay

 

Swim in the Paynes Bay

Swimming with turtles off the shores of Barbados has to be one of your holiday must-dos. Not far off the coast you can snorkel with bales of turtles, some of which will be older than you! Most tours also take you to shipwrecks and secluded beaches for more idyllic snorkelling. With crystal clear sea the temperature of your bath at home this is a truly breathtaking experience suitable for all beach lovers!

 
Visit Kensington Oval

 

Visit Kensington Oval

Cricket is the national sport of Barbados and if you're travelling during the season, make your way to the world-famous Kensington Oval. Catch international test matches, one-day internationals or local first division matches and you’re sure to enjoy the lively atmosphere and be swept along by the national love for the game. Many famous West-Indies players hail from Barbados so take time to visit the neighbouring Legends of Barbados Cricket Museum.

 
Mount Gay Rum Experience

 

 

Mount Gay Rum Experience

A trip to the Mount Gay Visitor Experience is a must for rum lovers. Mount Gay Rum is the oldest rum in the world dating back to 1703! Each of the three tours of the distillery will relay the rich history and let you in on the secrets of its signature drink - not forgetting a few tastings thrown in too, of course!

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