Barbados is an island of the Caribbean, and is one of the favourite destinations for Caribbean tourists. As such, there are some good options for holiday rentals with Barbados villas and beach-side apartments. In addition to this, such holiday apartments and villas can be as little as £350 a week. So, Barbados villas are a good accommodation option.
Barbados is renowned for its world-class beaches and beach resorts. It has a number of Sun-saturated, palm laden, beaches which are open to the public. Among the more notable Barbados beaches include Crane Beach and Sandy Lane Beach. Barbados beach-side apartments and villas will also put you to within walking distance of the Sun, sea, and sand! Beaches such as these are great for water sports such as surfing and boating. Barbados has some of the finest coral reeves, and so the seas are also great for snorkeling and diving. Barbados is also a great destination for golf. Among the more notable golf courses and resorts include the championship course of Barbados Golf Club, while the famous Old Nine course at Sandy Lane is a 9-hole alternative. Some Barbados holiday apartments, such as Rockley Apartments, offer free golf at their club for those renting Rockley apartments.
Family villas in Barbados can provide more cost effective accommodation. Such villas include fully equipped kitchens, laundries, and additional villa services such as domestic and staff guides. These villas can be spacious, and provide greater flexibility for family holidays. Overall, Barbados has plenty for family holidays such as Folkstone Marine Park with its aquarium and artificial reefs, and Atlantis submarines which provide undersea tours of the Barbados coral reefs.
Bridgetown is the capital of Barbados. As such, it is well worth visiting Bridgetown where you will find Harrison's Cave, which has has guided tours. On the west coast of Bridgetown is a number of beaches and resorts known as the Platinum Coast, which also has holiday rental villas and apartments. Historic sites include Barbados Museum and Arlington House. Barbados is also famed for its Rum, and Rum distilleries such as Mount Gay Rum at St James Parish are open to visitors and are well worth a trip.