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  • 1

    Harrisons Cave

    21 reviews

    Harrison's Cave, one of the gems of Barbados and one of the most popular visitor attraction. This crystallized limestone cavern is a testament to nature's wonderful mastery. Flowing streams, deep pools of crystal clear water and towering columns characterize this living cave. Gaze in wonder at the white flow stones and in awe at the beauty of the speleothems which ...

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  • 2

    Cherry Tree Hill

    12 reviews

    Spectacular views of the East Coast with its clay soil.

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  • 3

    Holetown Beach

    10 reviews

    Relax on the beach in Holetown during the day. Take a cool rum punch and watch the sun go down over the Caribbean sea in the evening. Enjoy the many restaurants, bars and entertainment at night. Just three miles from our Adawna apartment.

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  • 4

    Accra Beach

    7 reviews

    Very popular beach with lots of people...lots of activities including sailboat rental, windsurfing and ski doo rentals

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  • 5

    St. Nicholas Abbey

    7 reviews

    Nestled in the Barbados countryside on a working sugar plantation, this historic building is a Jacobean mansion dating back several centuries. The house has been beautifully restored and furnished with antiques. During the sugar cane season (Jan-Apr) there is often live grinding of sugar cane using the 19th century steam mill. From this, a magnificent rum is created at the ...

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  • 6

    Miami Beach/Enterprise Beach

    5 reviews

    I love to swim in the sea. Miami beach is my favorite beach on the island. Mainly used by the locals. Lots of trees line the beach, so lots of shady places to relax when you've had too much sun. A converted coach sells local hot snakes at lunch time. Showers and facilities available.

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  • 7

    West Coast Beaches

    5 reviews

    great quiet place to spend time with family an friends

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  • 8

    Farley Hill National Park

    5 reviews

    A park with a spectacular view of the East Coast and rich in history relating to the social fabric of Barbados.

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  • 9

    Kensington Oval

    5 reviews

    Have you ever thought cricket was boring? Then you haven't been to a cricket match in Barbados. It's fun, specially the 20/20 games. And the ladies make more noise than the men. Enjoy. The Kensington Oval also hosts lives entertainment. I really enjoyed watching our island's favorite star Rihanna in an open air concert at the Oval.

  • 10

    Sandy Lane Beach

    3 reviews

    2nd time here! I've stayed at a lot of these so-called '5 star' resorts around the Caribbean & this is the only one worthy of that rating. In fact, it should be a 6. If you are looking for great hospitality, comfort & class without over the top pretentiousness then you MUST come here. I jumped into the water & ...

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  • 11

    Orchid World

    3 reviews

    A vast array of orchids are on display from all parts of the world. This garden overlooks the sugar cane fields of the St. George and St. John parishes. It is a popular venu for weddings.

  • 12

    Folkestone Marine Reserve

    3 reviews

    Great snorkelling.

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  • 13

    Soup Bowl at Bathsheba

    3 reviews

    This is the top surfing location in Barbados for experienced surfers.Located on the dramatic east coast in the village of Bathsheba.Nice restaurants near by.A must for surfers and all visitors to Barbados.

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  • 14

    Bathsheba Beach

    3 reviews
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  • 15

    Andromeda Botanical Gardens

    3 reviews

    This mature rain forest is located in the lush Scotland District and has spectacular views of the east coast.

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  • 16

    Boatyard

    2 reviews

    I was able to relax at the beach, get on the water trampoline, use the rope to jump in the water too! Super fun. Let me not forget the hand made jewelry sold at the beach.

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  • 17

    Barbados Polo Club

    2 reviews
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  • 18

    Holders Season

    2 reviews

    Within walking distance from our Adawna apartment, this week long festival is magical. If you are planning to visit Barbados in March, make sure it is during the Holders festival week.

  • 19

    George Washington House

    2 reviews

    George Washington stayed here at the age of 18. You can enjoy a "dinner with George" & experience the food & evening entertainment of a bygone era. The Barbados Coffee Shop in the grounds nearby, serves the most delicious lunches. Guided ( Day or Night ) walking tours along the Garrison nearby give you a taste of the life of ...

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  • 20

    Dover Beach

    2 reviews

    This is "our beach." 5 minute walk from Seagrass. Rent chairs from Kenny and say hello for us! Chill all day. Eat a lovely lunch at J Cool's or one of the food stands. Can't go wrong.

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