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Barbados

Barbados has much to offer its residents and guests with its idyllic year-round climate, excellent restaurants and spectacular beaches.

It might seem predictably Caribbean but if you explore a little further though you’ll be delighted by the rolling lush hills, flourishing botanical gardens, colonial plantation homes and varied cultural calendar in which jazz festivals and carnivals sit alongside sailing and cricket tournaments. The tranquil coastline is a hive of fine, coral grain beaches and warm, crystal, azure waters. The island genuinely does have something for everyone.

Oistins Friday Fish Fry Market

An informal celebration of all things from the sea, the market is a great way to enjoy Bajan atmosphere and culture.
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Elite Dining

Expect to be left spoilt for choice as you taste only the finest delicacies that Barbados has to offer with “Concierge Recommends” a newly launched section in our newsletter which will feature the top culinary experiences on the island.
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Mount Gay Rum Factory Tour

The Mount Gay Rum tour is a truly Bajan experience introducing you to a taste of the island’s culture and revealing all the mysteries of rum making.
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Harrison’s Cave

At the heart of Barbados lies one of its greatest wonders, Harrison’s Cave.  
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St Nicholas Abbey

The legendary St Nicholas Abbey in the northern parish of St Peter, is a fully restored 17th century sugar plantation house which now features a plethora of historical artefacts and antiques, including a picture of Sir John Gay Alleyne, the gentleman behind the world-famous Mount Gay Rum.
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Watersports

The beaches of Barbados provide the perfect setting for fun and energetic sporting activities.
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Limegrove Lifestyle Centre

One of the most exciting new leisure and retail developments on Barbados is the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre in the heart of historic Holetown which is just a few minutes drive from Royal Westmoreland.
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Welchman Hall Gully

If you love nature, hiking, plants, culture and natural history, then Welchman Hall Gully must not be missed.
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Botanical Flower Gardens

The Botanical Flower Gardens encompass over 53 acres of land, which is reserved only for green botanical ventures and never to be developed for housing or industry.
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Royal Westmoreland Beach Club

Royal Westmoreland Beach Club is an exclusive, private beach club offering members and their guests a full sea front bar service and dining option.
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Island Safari

Experience some non-stop fun on an Island Safari that takes you to see the most spectacular scenery on the island of Barbados.
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Harbour Lights Dinner Show

The Harbour Lights Beach Extravaganza and Dinner Show is available every Monday and Wednesday evening from 6pm.
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