Whiter-than-white sands, so don't forget your sunnies. Swimming heaven (say hi to the local turtles).
The island's queen beach of all beaches, with the sunset of all sunsets.
THE beach at hip St Lawrence Gap. Good times guaranteed, day and night.
Watch the local surf pros hang 10 on the island's wild Atlantic coast.
Walk along dreamy sands and feel time slow down around you.
Rum-lovers rejoice. You can sample the finest Bajan rum and see how it's made at the home of this world-famous tipple.
Raise your little finger over an afternoon cuppa under the shade of mahogany trees while you gaze out at the crystal blue Caribbean sea. A great way to experience the beautiful Sandy Lane Hotel.
One of the many shacks in Oistins Fish Market, this is the place for super fresh seafood. Choose your fish, have it grilled, eat it. Couldn't be simpler - couldn't be better.
Forget about breakfast (or simply have another one) and join us at our Departure Beach for a classic brunch with a rum punch twist.
Get a beautiful, very smooth feeling overlooking the sea at Tides. Its set within huge tree trunks from floor to ceiling giving the illusion you're dining in a huge tree house.
Inspired by the natural beauty of the Caribbean, enjoy a range of treatments at Sandals' exclusive Red Lane® Spa.
Take time to rejuvenate at this Sandals-exclusive Red Lane® Spa, complete with yoga pavilion and a full range of treatments.
Enjoy up to four spa treatments per guest per stay, plus fitness classes, yoga and Pilates at this recently refreshed spa.
This corner of paradise offers in-room holistic spa treatments and massages in newly refurbished rooms.
Do your morning sun salutation while you watch racehorses from the nearby Garrison bathe in these waters.
A really laid-back vibe with live music and indoor/outdoor seating options along the bay of Rockley Beach.
Simply known as 'The Gap'. You can browse the souvenir shops and wander from beach to bar to restaurant in just a few steps.
A must! Find a rum shop and enjoy - it really is that simple.
The first Monday in August is always Crop Over in Barbados - one of the largest festivals in the world. Time to get your feathers out.
Hit one for six with an over on the beach
See the island's natural wonders on this friendly, reggae-on-the-radio tour.
Leave your sandals at home, tie on your boots, and walk through the island's cane fields, tropical forests and coastal communities.
Strap yourself in for thrills (and, yes, probably spills) at one of the windiest and waviest kiteboarding spots in the Caribbean.
Set sail to some of the island's best spots and drop anchor to snorkel, swim, roam the beaches, or just kick back and sip on something fruity.
One for the thrill-seekers. Strap on a jetpack and take the ride of your life on a water-propelled flight.