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Luxury Caribbean Holidays / Barbados

Brightly-coloured rum shops, carefree calypso rhythms and fragrant Bajan cuisine – sunny Barbados is every bit luxurious with a deliciously eclectic flavour.

Why we like it:

  • Over 60 pristine public beaches provide for sun seekers and watersports enthusiasts alike - whether paddleboarding or surfing the legendary Soup Bowl
  • Besides the huge variety of historical, cultural and family-friendly attractions, fascinating architecture gives insight into the island's colonial past 
  • A diverse and bona fide culinary scene comprises authentic rum shacks, haute cuisine and everything in between
  • It's an island where the culture of warm, welcoming hospitality knows no bounds, and it's always party time - if you want it to be

Take a closer look...

Revered for its polished resorts, coral sand beaches and silky-sweet rum, this welcoming island in the Caribbean archipelago may be small in size – it only takes an hour to drive from north to south – yet it’s undoubtedly large in character. 

There are plenty of things to do on a luxury Barbados holiday, particularly in the western parishes of St. Michael and St. James; unwind on the world-renowned white sand beaches, captivate the senses at the bustling local markets or explore the exotic coral reefs beneath the Caribbean Sea.

As the island’s capital, historic Bridgetown enthrals with its upmarket boutiques and colonial architecture, whilst some of the finest hotels and villas in Barbados – including the star-studded Sandy Lane resort – grace the aptly-named Platinum Coast.

For a taste of Barbados nightlife, travel south to St. Lawrence Gap, where cocktail bars and international dining experiences line the streets neighbouring Dover Beach – a prime destination for water-sports. Those seeking tranquil picnic spots and unspoiled terrain can head to the east coast, where you’ll discover Bottom Bay and its quiet, palm-framed beachfront, velvet-soft sands and coral cliffs.

Historic sites and points of interest are nestled amongst the rolling pastures and sugarcane fields further inland; explore the depths of Harrison’s Cave by tram to see the majestic stalactites and stalagmites first-hand. Relax on deck on a catamaran cruise, spot the green monkeys at play in Flower Forest or hire a car and relish getting lost on this remarkable island; Barbados is a place to enjoy all year round.

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Barbados Essentials

Approx. Flight Times London to Barbados: 8 hours 35 minutes
Time Difference GMT -4 hours
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Barbados Hotels & Itineraries

Introducing some of the best 5 star resorts in Barbados.

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