Experience Barbados

Enjoy the beaches, bars and nightlife of this beautiful island.


Oistins is an active fishing town on the south coast and is a hub of activity on weekend nights.

On Friday night particularly, the big thing to do is go to the fish fry at Oistins Bay Gardens. The food is the main draw - excellent fish, (tuna, swordfish, marlin, mahi-mahi, flying fish), lobster, chicken etc served in an extremely informal setting. You can get your fish grilled or fried depending on which vendor you choose from. It's all cooked on the spot in front of you.



Bridgetown is the capital city of Barbados and also the home to the Bridgetown Port, which is one of the most advanced ports in the Caribbean. Many streets, buildings and historic sites are also home to Bridgetown and its outskirts. These include but are not limited to:- Bay Street, Belleville, Broad Street, Cenotaph War Memorial, Chamberlain Bridge, Heroes Square and Lord Nelson Statue to name a few.


Guest Review

Rolf & Hannah​

We had a fantastic time! The place is wonderful, cool and comfy! With the pool just steps away and the beach close by we got much rest and relaxation! Could not ask for anything more! We will be back!

The Crane

Crane Beach, originally a harbour, is considered by many to be one of the island's most beautiful beaches. In fact, Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous rated it as "one of the ten best beaches in the world".

The Crane Beach

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Crop Over Festival

National festival of culture, music, revelry which ends in the spectacular carnival or kadooment Parade which is the season used to celebrate the ending of the local sugar cane harvest lasting 12 weeks from May-August



The "Soup Bowl" located at Bathsheba is the surfer's choice while the East Coast Road is a popular picnic spot.


The Gap

Here’s an international line-up of restaurants, from fast food chains to no-frills local eateries, and Chattel House Shopping Village, modelled on a sugar plantation village. And when night falls, the Gap really kicks up a gear as revellers come from across the island to party in its rum shacks and nightclubs.

The Gap Sq