Most popular Apartments in Barbados
Highlights in Barbados
- Paradisiacal beaches
- Tax free shopping
- Delicious Caribbean flavours
- UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- The perfect wedding venue
Most popular amenities for Apartments in Barbados
Apartments in Barbados
Barbados is going to be the next destination on your travelling bucket list! A picture-perfect island with lots of apartments by pristine beaches, stunning vegetation and a laid-back atmosphere. Stay in Bridgeport, the capital or choose a cosy apartment in Fitts Village, Welch Town, Speightstown, Diamond Valley or Oistins amongst others.Stunning apartments with views
Find your apartment with sea views and enjoy stunning landscapes from your balcony, access the beach within a few minutes and take a dip into turquoise, crystal clear waters and massage your feet walking on the most beautiful white sandy beaches fringed by exuberant vegetation and palm trees. Apartments for couples, families and small groups up to 6 people with the necessary amenities to enjoy your holidays to the fullest.
Travellers and activities
Barbados is home to the best rum producers. This liquor has become a symbol and part of the history of the island. The sugar cane plantations around Barbados were the beginning of the rum production on the island. From here, the trade started and it has been b¡going on for more than 350 years. If you like rum, there is a great Rum Festival you should go to where international chefs and oenologists participate in a sophisticated food and drinks festival. Awaken your senses!Barbados for beach lovers
Enjoy the best sun-kissed beaches and a perfect year round climate that makes Barbados the ideal beach destination any time of the year. Barbados boasts pristine beaches with a stunning green backdrop and white fine sand. The best beaches are found on the west coast of the island, but it is frankly difficult to decide which one is the best. Crane Beach is ranked amongst the top ten in the world whereas Mullins Beach is the favourite spot for water sports. In addition, Bottom Bay, Needham's Point Brownes Beach and Bougainvillea Beach. Ideal for surfing and windsurfing. Give boogie boarding a go at Pebbles Beach or go for some kitesurfing at Silver Sands. Make your dreams come true and book now your sunny getaway!
Did you know Barbados celebrates a carnival that goes on for five weeks in mid-July?
Top 7 travel tips in Barbados
Bridgetown is the capital of Barbados. Its historic centre and military garrison are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites as well as 115 more buildings so you can not miss the opportunity to visit them during your stay. There you can visit the headquarters of the British West Indies Regime during the colonial era, the National Heroes Square, the parliament buildings and the Nidhe Israel synagogue and the Jewish cemetery.2. Indulge in Caribbean cuisine
The flavours of the Caribbean are a sweet and savoury blend, with African British and Indian influences. Indulge in fresh fish, including the flying fish or the cou-cou. Try some yams, breadfruit, cassava and sweet guava cheese.3. The shopping experience
Barbados is a free tax paradise so your shopping time on the island will be a unique experience. Choose your favourite perfumes, luxury goods, design clothing or handmade crafts. The main shopping centres are in the capital so you can spend some time away from the sun enjoying your shopping experience.4. Join the local festivals
Throughout the year there are several festivals and celebrations around the island. A five-week carnival in July called the Grand Kadooment, music festivals and sports events. Plan your trip to Barbados and have a look at the events happening when you are going so you can mingle with the locals and enjoy the festive atmosphere with a Caribbean rhythm.5. Tie the knot in the Caribbean
Looking for a magical spot to say “Yes, I do”? Celebrate the most important day of your life in a romantic setting with the Caribbean Sea as your backdrop. A memorable ceremony by the shore, with all your beloved ones including friends. Maybe all dressed in white? Bare feet on the sand? Imagine your perfect wedding and make it real in Barbados.6. Immerse yourself in the beautiful natural landscapes of Barbados
Although Barbados is famous for the stunning beaches, it also has natural landscapes of great beauty that are a must. In the Barbados Wildlife Reserve you can walk freely among agoutis, monkeys, armadillos, pelican deer and alligators. If you want to see the cute babies, we advise you to go at two in the afternoon. But don't miss Welchman Hall Gully either. A natural place of impressive beauty dominated by tropical local plants. In addition, here you will spot the popular green monkeys.7. Learn about the old inhabitants' way of living
Barbados is home to one of the only two windmills in the entire Caribbean Sea that are still intact. We are talking about the Morgan Lewis Sugar Mill, from where you can get incredible views of the island. At Sunbury Plantation, you can visit an old house from the 19th century and learn and see what life was like in a sugar plantation.