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For days out, Barbados has plenty to offer, from picturesque beaches with golden sands and crystal clear waters to bustling
cultural hubs – and even a UNESCO World Heritage Site in Bridgetown – so there’s plenty to keep you busy during your stay.
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If you visit to Holetown, make sure you plan a visit to Folkestone Underwater Park. The marine park has something of interest for all visitors
Barbados is all about relaxation and revitalisation. Why not enjoy a wonderful spa treatment in the comfort of your own holiday property?
Barbados is a famous spot on the world polo map, thanks to the exciting Polo Season which attracts visitors from all over the world.
What’s going on holiday without a little shopping? Barbados exceeds all expectations when it comes to local shops and scenic shopping.
Taking a submarine ride is a cool and novel way to explore the underwater world without getting wet.
Let the fantastic east coast views along Hackleton’s Cliff take your breath away as you enjoy a fascinating walk around PEG’s unique farm.
Lime grove is a treasure trove of duty-free jewellery, clothing and accessories and features more than 100 of the world’s best fashion brands.
Built by Benjamin Berringer in 1658, Nicholas Abbey’s Great House is an old plantation house that has been restored beautifully.
Located in the Garrison area of Barbados’ UNESCO World Heritage Property is the museum of history, culture and the people of Barbados.
Located in the central uplands of the island, this crystallised limestone cave is characterised by flowing streams, deep pools of crystal
clear water and towering columns.
The Animal Flower Cave opens directly into the Atlantic Ocean and is the island’s lone accessible sea cave with a coral floor which is
estimated to be about 400,000 to 500,000 years old.