Visit an island with a cultural history as rich as its landscape. Barbados is one of the most developed and popular islands in the Caribbean. Although discovered by the Spanish, it would later become a British colony and still has many cultural remains from their rule today. The Commonwealth is divided into 11 parishes, only two of them without the impressive coastline that surrounds the country. The interior is as lush as the coast; there are large plantations, botanical gardens and lots of wildlife. It also has the most luxurious properties per square mile in the Caribbean. Traveling to Barbados will definitely not disappoint a traveler looking for adventure or just a peaceful escape. Our Barbados travel guide will give you the tools for an ideal island experience.

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Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is one of the cities to see in Barbados. It is a port city located on the southwestern coast of the island. It stands out for its British colonial architecture, the historic area of ​​the Garrison, from the 17th century, and the hippodrome


Betsabé es el principal pueblo pesquero de la parroquia de San José, con unos 5.000 habitantes en la costa este de Barbados.

North Point Cliffs

When we travel to the Caribbean we expect to find calm and warm waters, but it is also interesting to contemplate the enormous contrast between the different coasts of the island. In the northern part of the island, the Atlantic Ocean hits the cliffs with force, offering an impressive spectacle. That is why it is quite a visual pleasure to go to the North Point cliffs and enjoy its wonderful views.