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A tropical island with a surprisingly British feel‚ where cricket and afternoon tea are as popular as sunbathing and watersports. With rugged beauty on the east coast‚ calm beaches in the west and lively resorts in the south‚ plus colonial towns and plantations‚ holidays to Barbados are ideal for sightseeing. Picture yourself on a white coral beach and start planning your idyllic Barbados holiday.

Key information

Time difference
- 5 Hours
Local currency
Barbadian dollar

Bajan hotspot

Tucked away on Barbados’ west coast, St James is a parish that pulls in the rich and glamorous, thanks to its white-sand beaches and posh beachfront mansions. Smack in the middle of the coast is Holetown, where you’ll find most of the action. It’s got a bit of history to it – back in the 1600s it was the first British settlement in Barbados. Nowadays, the town is one of the island’s biggest, offering up plenty in the way of shops, restaurants and Caribbean-style nightlife.

Holetown Beach

At Holetown Beach, the sands come soft and white, and they’re lapped by water that’s calm and great for swimming. It’s a popular place – with locals and tourists – and there’s plenty to keep you busy, from watersports to beach-side lunch spots.