Barbados - Jewel of the Caribbean
The Ultimate Tropical Paradise
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Enjoying Island Life
Dubbed “Little England” for its British charms, Barbados is home to regal houses, quaint districts, and divine scenery. Sailing, international polo, golf, diving, wind surfing, cricket, horse racing and tennis are among the many activities enjoyed daily on the island.
Fishing is also popular. Barbados is known as "The land of the flying fish" due to the abundance of flying fish in its waters. These fish can jump out of the water and glide through the air for long distances, some as far as 50 meters / 164 ft.
The island has several world-class sporting facilities, including golf courses, polo and tennis clubs. The nightlife is equally entertaining with an abundance of restaurants and night clubs, especially on Barbados' West Coast.
With fantastic weather and beautiful beaches, Barbados is the perfect place to own your own piece of paradise. Simply relax and unwind in the private, luxurious villas of Casuarina Grande and enjoy the comfort and prestige of home ownership in this picturesque tropical haven.
Barbados is a beautiful coral island, the most easterly of the Caribbean islands, uniquely situated outside of the main hurricane belt. Barbados has a rich and vibrant history. Like the weather, the people are warm and inviting.
This paradise island is relaxing and distinctively charming. It enjoys year-round sunshine, tempered by a constant cool breeze. Temperatures rarely dip below 70 or rise above 90 degrees Fahrenheit. The prevailing northeast trade winds blow steadily so that although it is bright and sunny, it is not unbearably hot.
On the beautiful Barbados West Coast, coral shore beaches of fine white sand stretch along a blue-green sea. Coral reefs fringe the island’s shoreline to provide excellent snorkeling and Scuba Diving. The strong trade winds on the East Coast provide a lively surf and picturesque scene.
Barbados has exquisite beaches and rolling hills with a diverse array of flora and fauna. There are also many caves and underground lakes which provide an excellent supply of drinking water, known to be among the purest in the world.
Barbados is comprised of two land masses that merged together over the years. This geological feature and other interesting discoveries, including limestone caves, tropical forests and scenic coastlines make Barbados a unique and strikingly beautiful island.