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Exciting fiestas, stunning natural wonders and the best beaches in the world make Barbados the jewel in the Caribbean crown. From the star-spangled Platinum Coast, to sleepy villages and local fish frys, Barbados vacations offer it all. Our vacation rentals in Barbados are located in the most exclusive resorts, close to the beach and world class golf courses. All Barbados villas come equipped with private swimming pools, luxury features and spectacular sea views.
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Exciting fiestas, stunning natural wonders and the best beaches in the world make Barbados the jewel in the Caribbean crown. From the star-spangled Platinum Coast, to sleepy villages and local fish frys, Barbados offers it all. The accommodation is top-notch too, with an array of luxury vacation rentals in Barbados. Whether you want to stay in a glamorous beachfront resort, a private hillside hideaway or a family villa close to the tourist attractions, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for.
Some of the very best resorts and beaches are located along the exclusive west coast, aptly nicknamed the Platinum Coast. This upmarket area is home to exquisite powdery-white beaches overlooked by some of the most exclusive vacation rentals in Barbados. There are world-class restaurants here too, plus first-rate golf courses, duty-free shopping malls and a handful of charming local parishes.
If golf is your thing, you’ll be in good company as there are an array of excellent golf courses in Barbados. Sandy Lane boasts 3 world-class courses, there’s also the Royal Westmoreland club, which is located close to many of our vacation rentals in Barbados. There are plenty of other sporting activities in Barbados too, including tennis, bowling and horse-riding. And don’t forget to visit the rum shops in Barbados, there are more than 1,500 of them!
The south coast is more heavily developed than the rest of the island, but its beaches are excellent and varied. This end of the island is ideal for watersports, especially surfing, it’s also cheaper to stay here than on the west coast. If you head to the tranquil east you’ll find unspoiled bays by the dozens, with a wave-pummelled coastline than defines divine. While if you venture into the island’s interior, there are plantation houses, botanic gardens and underground caves to explore.
Bridgetown is the capital city, and although it’s not especially appealing, the nearby historic Garrison area is well worth a visit. It has recently been placed on Unesco’s World Heritage List, and offers guided tours which are worth every cent. Away from the capital are charming towns like Speightstown, Holetown and Oistins. Here you will find everything from great shops, restaurants and nightlife, to historic monuments, churches and art galleries.
A great time to visit Barbados is during its famous festivals and street parties. These are occasions when visitors can get a true taste of local culture, with plenty of fun guaranteed. Crop Over is the biggest and most popular festival, taking place through the summer months. The Barbados Food, Wine and Rum Festival in November is another don’t miss event. There’s also a Friday night fish fry in Oistins each week, where you can eat fried fish, drink rum punch and dance to calypso music until the early hours.
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