Bathsheba is one of the most popular spots in Barbados known for it’s world class surfing and it is also the main fishing village in the parish of St. Joseph.
ST. NICHOLAS ABBEY
St. Nicholas Abbey offers wine and rum tastings and tours on the grounds of a 1658 sugar plantation.
The Barbados Boardwalk on the south coast of the island is a calm walk with plenty of restaurants and shops to peruse while you enjoy the beautiful views.
Harrison’s Cave is a beautiful cave that is a subterranean environment accessed on a tramway.
MOUNT GAY VISITOR CENTRE
The oldest rum in Barbados and the oldest rum in the world. you can take the company’s signature tasting tour to learn more about the history and many rum options available.
ANIMAL FLOWER CAVE
Accessible ocean cave with steps leading inside to a coral floor and natural rock pools.
Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is known for its British colonial architecture.