Luxury villas and places to stay in Barbados
A villa in Barbados, in this beautiful part of the Caribbean is perfect for getting away from it all and relaxing, but perhaps the most interesting discovery you will make is that there is more to this magical place than sun, sand and sea so if you're a do-er, don't be put off! Of course, the shoreline is stunning. The East coast is a surfer’s paradise, whereas the South and West coasts are populated by long, pale, smooth beaches and coral formations. Whichever villa in Barbados you choose, you will never be far from the ocean and a stretch of sand upon which to lie or stroll. And if some lazy days are exactly what the doctor ordered then you can easily spend your days playing and relaxing in the sun and your evenings enjoying some traditional Barbadian fine dining and music. If you want a villa in Barbados in a place where the glass is always half full then this is the destination for you!
Venture off the beaten track to the holiday rentals in St Philips, where you can enjoy traditional Barbadian hospitality while exploring the history of its plantations and sugar cane industry.
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But if you are feeling more adventurous then the island has many wonders waiting to be discovered. One way to explore the island from your villa in Barbados is by an organised tour and there are plenty of these on offer – on land, on water, and even under water! If you’d prefer to go solo, Welchman Hall Gully is a good place to start and you will love this peaceful rainforest sanctuary teeming with tropical plants. If you want to see under water without actually going under water then you must visit Ocean Park, the remarkable aquarium. Barbados has many wonders both natural and historic so why not leave your holiday rental for a day to visit the old lighthouses, the museums full of the country’s history and culture, and the amazing, not to mention HUGE, baobob trees. Do not miss Harrison’s Cave, the enormous and mesmerising limestone cavern. So you see, there's more to Barbados than meets the eye...