Holidays to Aquatic Gap
The Aquatic Gap is a small area next to the Garrison Historic part of Barbados. It’s an ideal base for travelling around the island, as you can easily move between the west coast and the southern cities. The Barbados Garrison was the largest in the British Colonies during 18th and 19th Centuries, and is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with many attractions to visit in addition to the glorious beaches on the shores.
Drill Hall beach
Throughout this long beach there are a diverse range of swimming conditions, making it great for everyone who visits.
From this point at the south-western tip of the island, you can enjoy amazing views and crystal clear waters.
St Nicholas Abbey
Taste history at this 350 year old plantation. Tour the house, distillery and gardens as well as trying the rum.
Housed in a former military prison, this museum charts the island's history from its indigenous people to modern day.
Take a Boat Tour
Explore over 70 miles of coastline on a catamaran or sailing boat tour of Barbados' crystal clear waters.
Explore Harrison's Cave
Explore the breathtaking caverns, waterfalls and rock formations of this underground cave system on a tram ride.
Cou-cou and flying fish with gravy
This is the national dish of Barbados. Cou-Cou is a mix of cornmeal and okra, while fried fish is a popular delicacy.
Have them grilled or fried and they’ll be delicious. Fresh from the sea, you couldn’t get better prawns anywhere else.
The Tiki Bar
This fun open-air venue is perfect for tourists. Try the Pina Coladas and relax on the beach as the sun goes down.
This place has a vast drinks selection and wacky décor inspired by music greats like Bob Marley and U2.
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