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Beautiful Barbados is one of those destinations that dreams are made of. A classic Caribbean island with a British twist, it's a fantastic place to choose for the holiday of a lifetime. Soft white sands are a given here - think talcum powder fine and you're going in the right direction - and the Caribbean Sea is bright blue, warm and inviting.

You'll even find those cliché swaying coconut palms! What you'll also find is a surprising taste of home. They love their cricket and afternoon tea in Barbados and the widespread colonial architectural is a nod to the US.

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To the south of Barbados you have Christ Church, with low key Maxwell and lively St Lawrence. To the west it's all about St James, which boasts one of the most stunning stretches of sand on the island - and that's saying something! On the beach, water sports are a fun way to take a break from your sun lounger. But away from the sea you have a fantastic combination of stunning architecture and breath-taking natural beauty.

Of course, a big part of what makes Barbados stand out as a holiday destination is its larger than life personality. You're pretty much guaranteed sunshine whatever time of year you visit Barbados, with temperatures around 25-30 °C. Overall, Barbados is best as a winter/spring sunshine destination, providing the perfect sunny escape from the wind, rain and snow back home. A stunning setting, white sandy beaches, tropical weather and some of the best rum in the Caribbean, what's not to like? Book with today!

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Top 5 things to do in Barbados

10 facts about Barbados


The George Washington House in Bridgetown is a UNESCO listed site. Apparently Bridgetown was the only place that George Washington visited outside of the US.


May to November is rainy season, sometimes bringing hurricanes. These are rare but can occasionally occur between the peak summer months of June and October.


Lucky underwater explorers might catch a glimpse of the majestic turtles that inhabit the Caribbean around the island.


If you want glamour and a gorgeous beach, St James is perfect as it’s known as one of the most sophisticated spots in Barbados.


Harrison's Cave is thought to have been discovered in 1795, though it was only opened to tourists in 1981. It is now one of Barbados’ most popular sights.


Garrison Savannah Racetrack hosts the internationally famous Barbados Gold Cup for Thoroughbreds - a perfect activity for horse lovers.


St Nicholas Abbey in Saint Peter is one of only three genuine Jacobean mansions in the Western Hemisphere; it boasts beautiful gardens and a rum distillery.


Animal Flower Cave is Barbados’ only accessible sea cave and is the perfect spot for watching humpback whales out at sea.


Cricket is the national sport of Barbados and visitors can catch a game at almost any time at the renowned Kensington Oval.


The Barbados Museum & Historical Society in Bridgetown is home to over 500,000 historical artefacts.