HIGHLIGHTS OF BARBADOS
Cosmopolitan glamour. The Platinum west coast has attracted the rich and famous for years, with calm Caribbean waters on one side and sophisticated hotels and restaurants on the other.
World class dining. With cosmopolitan and creative cuisine, and restaurants to rival your favourite city haunts, Barbados is definitely an island for foodies.
Surfing on the East Coast. The East Coast may as well be a different island, with its rugged headland, energizing Atlantic breeze, and formidable breakers that draw in the surfers. The Atlantis Hotel is particularly good for surfing and is known for its legendary Sunday brunch.
Barbados in general is fantastic for golf, and particularly at the secluded Sandy Lane.
Calypso parties. Whether you’re a mellow music lover, or want to party the night away; Barbados’ mix of steel drums, soca, and the annual Jazzfest offer something for everyone.
Historic Bridgetown. Barbados’ capital and its garrison is a UNESCO heritage site well worth exploring.
An Oistins fish pot. For an authentic taste of Bajan life, head to the charming fishing village of Oistins where you can tuck into a pot filled with the freshest of oysters and seafood.
Polo is played to a very high level in Barbados with four clubs dotted about the island.