Great bars and nightlife. Try the gap on Friday and Saturday night
February 12, 2020
St. Lawrence Gap is filled with fantastic restaurants and bars. Whether you're looking for a seaside dining experience, a casual family night out or fine dining, 'The Gap' as we locals call it, has a variety of options! For Breakfast: Check out Bliss Cafe. Their menu filled with great breakfast…
October 27, 2019
Located on the south coast of Barbados, St. Lawrence Gap (or simply The Gap as it's locally known) is a mile-long strip bustling with activity and packed with a huge variety of bars, restaurants, nightclubs, hotels and some of the best beaches on the island! During the day take in the fabulous Dover…
July 13, 2019
The party mile of Barbados. Lots of bars and restaurants. Great nightlife spot.
February 15, 2019
This place is full of all kinds of restaurants and bars. You can walk up and down the street until you find one that suits your mood.
“Bath is the safest and one of the most popular beaches on the east coast of the island. Unlike several other bays on this coast, there are rarely strong currents at Bath. This is the perfect place for a refreshing sea bath followed by lunch on the picnic benches under the shade of casuarina trees. A stroll to the north reveals a small waterfall and streams and the remains of the old train line that once ran from Bridgetown to Belleplaine. The facilities at Bath include a large car park, picnicking areas, a small snackette, and changing/washrooms. There are a few holiday homes in Bath which offer the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle.”
“Located on the south east coast of Barbados, Foul Bay is absolutely beautiful expanse of white sandy beach overlooked by rugged cliffs. The beach is partly shaded by casuarina and palm trees making it a popular spot on weekends and holidays for picnics and family outings. However, the beach is so long and wide that even then it is never crowded! As with most Barbados beaches and bays on the south-east coast, great care should be taken when sea bathing here (there are no lifeguards at Foul Bay). The waves at Foul Bay are better for boogie boarding and body surfing than for swimming. Bring along a picnic lunch or snacks as there is no restaurant at Foul Bay. Washroom facilities are available”