Barbados An Island Of Luxury

With its white sandy beaches and gorgeous Caribbean climate, Barbados is truly an island of luxury. The island offers today’s traveler the opportunity to fully immerse themselves into the culture, heritage, adventure, culinary and romantic exploits that the island has to offer. From sophisticated dining in the island’s gastronomic gems to Bridgetown’s beautiful boutiques and sensational spa centers, there’s luxury to be found in every corner.

While just about everyone will be attracted to Barbados for its ideal climate and natural beauty, it’s important to note how much Barbados has to offer apart from its diverse coastline and pink coral beaches. Barbados’ exciting Calendar of Events offers outstanding cultural and sporting activities all year round. Whether you enjoy taking a dip in Carlisle Bay at the Open Water Festival, appease your appetite of authentic cuisine as you taste your way through the annual Food and Rum Festival, or glide across the Atlantic Ocean with your surf board at the Barbados Independence Surf Festival Pro, there is always something to entice you.

The island’s temperate climate and lush exotic landscape make Barbados the idyll of many a land sports aficionado. Majestic golf courses and facilities dot the island, fulfilling every golfer’s fantasy. The island’s long-standing tradition of good horsemanship ensures top spots for horseback riding, horseracing and polo. Additionally, the island’s contrasting coastlines provides surfing waves fit for the champions that train here on the Atlantic, while the Caribbean waters invite all kinds of unique exploration opportunities above and below the surface.

Barbados is also the perfect romance hotspot. Whether it may be for newlyweds honeymooning, a special wedding day or even just an escape with your other half. The stunning beaches, idyllic and tranquil spas, and a range of all-inclusive adult only hotels will give you the relaxing break that you deserve. There is no better place to share your days and make unforgettable memories than in the beautiful unspoiled setting and soundtrack of the Caribbean Sea.

With the wide variety of cuisine on offer and over one-hundred exquisite restaurants across the island, there are plenty of options available when it comes to refueling at the end of a long day. You can experience superb beach dining with the locals under the sun, try out authentic grilled seafood at the remarkable Oistins Bay Gardens or enjoy a romantic dinner at one of many beachfront restaurants; whatever your mood is, you’ll have a dining experience like no other. It doesn’t get better than Barbados.

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