Things To Do In Barbados - Barbados Beach Club
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Things To Do In Barbados 

Renowned for our white sand beaches, rich culture &outdoor recreation

Our beautiful island is located in the eastern Caribbean and accessible by plane or boat. Renowned for our white sand beaches, rich culture, and outdoor recreation, its quite possible to drive clear across the island for an afternoon pursuit. Our location on the southern coast is ideal to explore all the island has to offer.

Top 10 Things To Do in Barbados

Below is a list of our top 10 things to do just outside of our beachfront resort.

  • St. Lawrence Gap (2.1 km - 7 mins)
  • Oistins (2.9 km - 9 mins)
  • Freights Bay (4.1 km - 11 mins)
  • The Garrison Savannah (6.1 km - 15 mins)
  • Barbados Museum (6.2 km - 15 mins)
  • Bridgetown (8.5 km - 23 mins)
  • Mount Gay Visitors’ Centre (11.3 km - 25 mins)
  • Limegrove Lifestyle Centre (20.2 km - 31 mins)
  • Harrison’s Cave (19.7 km - 32 mins)
  • Animal Flower Cave (36.4 km - 53 mins)

Lawrence Gap

 1.4 Km, 0.8 Miles

Barbados’s best-known neighborhood, affectionately known as “The Gap”, is renowned for its bustling, party vibe along a picturesque bay. This is the spot for high-end dining, dance clubs, karaoke bars, and classic rum shops.


 2.9 Km, 1.8 Miles

Another great town that comes to life at night, Oistins is also an active fishing village. The Friday night fish fry is a chance to enjoy the fresh catch of the season. Live music and dancing are all part of the fun.

Freights Bay

 3.9 Km, 2.4 Miles

An ideal spot to admire panoramic ocean views and surfers catching the next big wave, Freights Bay is one of the most beautiful spots on the island. This is the place to learn to surf or kick back and watch the pros.

The Garrison Savannah

​ 5.9 Km, 3.6 Miles

History and fun collide at this historic horse racing venue that features a grass track and local food stalls. Internationally renowned, The Barbados Turf Club hosts 25 races throughout the year. Enjoy the spectacle from the stands or lounge in the picnic area surrounding the track.

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Barbados Museum

 6.1 Km, 3.9 Miles

Established in 1933, the Barbados Museum houses over 500,000 artifacts and celebrates the island’s rich history, culture, and heritage. The museum is open daily.

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 8.3 Km, 5.1 Miles

There is plenty to see and do in Bridgetown, Barbados’ capital city. Celebrated for its British colonial architecture, Bridgetown brings the island’s rich history into the present. Museums, the horse racing track, religions sites, and shipwreck dive sites can all be found here.

Mount Gay Visitors’ Centre

 10.8 Km, 6.7 Miles

Rum is the drink of choice on the island, and at Mount Gay Visitors’ Centre, you’ll discover the history of rum-making and sample Barbados’ celebrated spirit. Choose from full tasting tours, cocktail tours, and food pairing tours—and be sure to take home your favorites.

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Limegrove Lifestyle Centre

 19.2 Km, 11.9 Miles

Shop to your heart’s content at this stunning indoor/outdoor mall. Home to high end shops and luxury boutiques, you’ll find a variety of clothing, jewelry, accessories, gifts for children, and culinary offerings right here, along with a cinema and live entertainment. Best of all, your purchases are all duty-free.

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Harrison’s Cave

 18.7 Km, 11.6 Miles

Get below the surface on the Island with a subterranean tour of Harrison’s Cave. First discovered in 1795, this stunning cave is one of the island’s greatest wonders, complete with flowing streams, crystal clear pools, and towering natural columns. Tram tours are available daily.

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Animal Flower Cave

 3.5 Km, 21 Miles

Another cave with a much different feel, Animal Flower Cave offers a magical world to all who enter. Experience a coral floor, sea anemones and natural rock pools. Several openings throughout the cave afford visitors unmatched ocean views, and its possible to glimpse humpback whales from February to April.

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