Antigua & Barbados

Antigua & Barbados

Antigua & Barbados

The Caribbean is an eclectic collection of islands with miles of pristine white sandy beaches and endless days of stunning bright sunshine. Antigua is a beach lovers paradise - with 365 beaches there is one for every day of the year whilst beautiful Barbados, with its distinct British feel is the perfect island to switch off & unwind.


Barbados has it all, a year round warm climate, miles of beautiful beaches each different from the last, lively  nightlife unrivalled in the Caribbean, a UNESCO World Heritage capital city and a lush interior dotted with gardens. The stunning west coast offers an abundance of hotels with tranquil beaches and clear azure waters, spectacular St. James is hard to beat. Nearby Holetown is a charming town offering a selection of shops, bars and restaurants. The bustling capital Bridgetown is set on the island’s natural harbour and offers up history and culture in abundance. Just nine miles from Bridgetown is a selection of small towns on the southwest coast in the Christchurch area. The south coast is an exciting mix of Caribbean Sea and Atlantic Ocean and offers something for everyone. Attractive Dover Beach is an expansive beach on the south coast popular for swimming and watersports.

Bajan Way: Dine around Barbados!

The Bajan Way is a pre-paid meal plan which allows you to enjoy all meals in a local restaurant and experience the warm hospitality and colourful cuisine Barbados is famous for. You will have over 20 restaurants to choose from all over Barbados, so everyday can be a culinary adventure. Bajan way is to be arranged locally.


The sunniest of the Eastern Caribbean islands, Antigua offers an idyllic climate, glorious sunsets and a pristine white-sand beach for every day of the year. Dickenson Bay on the north-west coast is possibly the most famous beach in Antigua, with its long stretch of white sand and crystal clear waters. St. Phillips on the east coast offers both sheltered bays and Atlantic surf, as well as the  opportunity for a stunning glimpse into Antigua’s natural rock formation at Devils Bridge. The relaxed capital of St. Johns on the west coast offers restaurants and shopping with nearby gorgeous beaches such as Jolly Beach and Coco’s Beach. Both offer warm Caribbean waters, great  snorkelling and stunning sunsets.


Caribbean food takes it's heritage from a medley of African, European & East Indian traditions, utilising ingredients common on the islands and in the surrounding seas. On the menu you can expect to find simply grilled fish, lobster and prawn, as well as spicy meat dishes such as jerk chicken or goat curry. Fresh tropical fruits also play a large part in the Caribbean gastronomy and you'll find fresh juices and fruit punches plentiful (rum optional).  Try Cou-cou & flying fish (National dish of Barbados, a cornmeal and okra dumpling served with grilled flying fish) or pepperpot (a rich, hearty stew of beef, locally grown vegetables and tasty cornmeal dumplings).


Transfers to your holiday accommodation are included  in the price and will feature shared transport to your accommodation. Alternatively we offer a private transfer service which will meet you at the airport and take you comfortably and swiftly to you hotel.


Currency: Barbadian or East Caribbean Dollar ($)
Language: English
Visas: Not required for EU nationals
Time Zone: GMT - 4 hrs
Flying Time: 8½ - 9 hrs
Electricity: 110V


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