Accommodations

"The Gap" is one of the trendiest neighborhoods of Barbados, featuring a huge number of busy shopping centers, dining establishments, and even accommodations options. Hotels, all-incusive resorts, and inns are the most popular choices, but if you know where you look you'll be able to find privately owned rental properties as well. You will find a few types of accommodations to choose from in the area, including lots of hotels and a selection of resorts. If you're envisioning yourself… more…

Hotels

The south coast of Barbados is home to… more…

Villa Complexes

If you'll be staying in St. Lawrence… more…

All Inclusive

All-inclusive resorts appeal to a broad… more…

Transportation

Simply called “The Gap” by locals, St. Lawrence Gap is… more…

Air Travel

Adjacent to the parish in which Barbados' international airport is… more…

Rental Cars

With less than one full mile of roadways, you may think that renting a… more…

Sailing & Boating

Barbados is not one of the most popular… more…

Taxis

A 15 to 20 minute drive along the west… more…

Beaches

Each beach in Saint Lawrence Gap has… more…

Attractions

Saint Lawrence Gap has a reputation for providing some of the best nightlife on the island, and the numerous casinos available here certainly… more…

Beaches

Each beach in Saint Lawrence Gap has something different to offer guests,… more…

Map

1 | River Bay Beach This beach is situated to the north-northwest… more…

Activities

Saint Lawrence Gap is the activity center of Barbados. Not only will you find the typical island sites like pristine beaches lined with sun worshipers and visitors headed out to participate in watersports, but this is also a top destination for shopping, dining, and nightlife. The bars… more…

Diving

Most of the diving in Barbados takes place along the West and… more…

Bikes & Mopeds

One thing you'll quickly notice in the residential areas… more…

Fishing

Whether you hire a charter or try and “fish like… more…

Restaurants

The swankiest section of the island of Barbados is known locally as "The Gap" and is overflowing with restaurants. Many cater to the young… more…

Food

Adventurous travelers know that no two vacations will ever be exactly… more…

Events & Festivals

Thousands of people flock to Barbados each year specifically to attend… more…

Nightlife

Snorkeling

St. Lawrence Gap has a lively atmosphere about it, a destination that promotes fun for all; but there is much more to the area than bars and partying. Snorkeling is highly acclaimed in the area, and visitors have the opportunity to do so directly from their favorite beach, or hire a local tour… more…

Sailing & Boating

Barbados is not one of the most popular sailing destinations in the… more…

Fishing

Whether you hire a charter or try and “fish like… more…

Diving

Most of the diving in Barbados takes place along… more…

Weather

The easternmost Caribbean island of Barbados sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The balmy, tropical climate is cooled by the continual trade winds blowing in from the east. The fresh breezes, warm sunshine, and sufficient rainfall make the year-round average daytime highs of 75-80 degrees Fahrenheit (24-29 degrees Celsius) very comfortable. Still, the weather in Barbados is sunnier and drier than that of many other islands in the Caribbean. On the southern edge of the Atlantic hurricane… more…

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