Kirtons St. Philip, Barbados. Tel: (246) 416 - 4456/57
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Barbados has some of the best beaches in the Caribbean, and well-marked, well-paved roads to get you to most of them.There are soft-as-satin beaches that stretch virtually uninterrupted along the tranquil West Coast; there are secluded, palm-shaped pocket beaches dotting the rugged East Coast; and there is Bathsheba, a beach-walkerâ€™s dream: a largely deserted crescent of beach, bounded by the hills of the Little Scotland district on one side and tumbling surf on the other, that runs up the north eastern shoulder of the island where there are standing waves that draw out world-class surfers from around the world.
Some visitors to Barbados are content to spend their entire holiday sitting on one of our beaches, watching waves break over the distant reefs. But if you do choose to turn your gaze inland, there is a world amusement and adventure awaiting you; experience itâ€™s extraordinary variety on an unhurried drive around the island â€“ a pleasant half-day of shunpiking that will take you across verdant cane fields, under canopies of dense vegetation, past our faithfully restored plantation houses.
Tour one of those houses, sample one of the local rum drinks, and talk to a vendor or fishermanâ€¦ mingle!
For golfers, there are a number of courses on the island â€“ including two that are ranked amongst the best in the world. For racing enthusiasts, there are three highly competitive seasons at the Garrison Savannah every year, and you donâ€™t have to know the first thing about horse racing to get swept into the action. As every cricket fan knows, the Cricket World Cup final is being held on Barbados in April 2007 and dozens of pick-up games spring up across the island on a daily basis. Thereâ€™s also polo, and windsurfing, and tennis.
Youâ€™ll find our country and us fascinatingâ€¦ and we are just as interested in you.