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Beautiful Barbados

Affectionately called "Little England," Barbados features a unique combination of British tradition and Caribbean flair, creating an irresistibly charming atmosphere. Watch a game of cricket (the island's national sport), sip afternoon tea on your private patio overlooking the sea, frolic in crystal-clear turquoise water, and help yourself to the island's world-famous rum.

Our exquisite Barbados vacation homes range from 1-bedroom cottages to expansive 10-bedroom estates on the island's legendary pink-sand beaches. Most of our luxury villas in Barbados come with a full staff – chef, butler, housekeeper and more – at no extra charge. Allow your private chef to entertain your palate with traditional Bajan cuisine as you dine poolside to the backdrop of a breathtaking sunset.





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What to Do in Barbados

Beaches. Barbados is a limestone-coral island, which means that its beaches are made from finely ground coral, resulting in clean, soft, often pink-tinged sand. Each part of the island provides something different: the calm west coast is perfect for swimming and snorkeling, the lively south coast is great for more adventurous water sports like kite surfing, the windy east coast is a surfer’s paradise, and the north coast offers dramatic cliff views for picture-perfect picnics.

Dining. Featuring a unique blend of cultural influences including West Africa, Spain, Portugal and England, Bajan food relies heavily on fresh fish, local pork, and island staples like sweet potatoes, yams, and breadfruit. You can’t leave Barbados without trying the national dish, cou-cou and flying fish. Other must-try foods: macaroni pie, conkies, fish cakes, and – when they’re in season – fish eggs.

Nightlife. After the sun goes down, head to St. Lawrence Gap, the center of Bajan nightlife. Any night of the week, you can catch a local reggae or calypso band, grab a cocktail in a chic nightclub, or dance the night away to a live deejay.

Golf. Barbados’ year-round sunshine and heavenly views make for exceptional golfing. Courses range from beginner-friendly to championship-level; top courses include Sandy Lane, Royal Westmoreland, the Barbados Golf Club and Rockley Club.

Kids. Children will love the Barbados Wildlife Reserve, where you can see green monkeys, peacocks, and tortoises in their natural habitats. Another must-do is Harrison’s Cave: A tram will guide you through the crystallized limestone cave complex, where you’ll see spectacular stalactite formations and cascading waterfalls.