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Located on the south coast of the island, the bustling resort of St. Lawrence Gap offers a wide choice of bars, restaurants and shops as well as a lively nightlife atmosphere. Known locally as ‘The Gap’, this resort is the ideal choice for those wishing to go to Barbados without the West Coast price tag. Street vendors selling everything from souvenirs to fast food line the strip that leads you through the centre of St. Lawrence Gap. The white powdery Dover Beach runs alongside The Gap, a haven for beach bums. This is where the powerful Atlantic Ocean meets the calmer Caribbean Sea, creating a perfect environment for water sports and those who like to keep active on holiday. The resort of Oistins with its famous Friday night Fish Fry can be reached within a few minutes drive of St. Lawrence Gap.
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You'll be spoilt for choice in St. Lawrence Gap, as the resort is filled with a fantastic variety of places to eat, including local cuisine, Mexican, Brazilian, Seafood, Grills, Italian, Asian and Street Food.
Otherwise known as 'The Gap', this is the place to be for nightlife in Barbados and is famous for it's restaurants, bars, lively accommodation and great shopping. All music tastes are catered for, so be prepared to get on your dancing shoes and party the night away!
Whilst you are visiting Barbados, don't forget to try some of their local rum!
Barbados' capital city of Bridgetown and its Garrison is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.Visit Bridgetown to discover more about the history of the island and lots of shopping opportunities,
Errol Barrow Daynational event
Birthday of the former Prime Minister of Barbados.
Oistins Fish Fest...national event
Festival celebrating the signing of a charter on fishing rights in Barbados. It celebrates the skills of the fishermen with boat races, local foods, crafts and dancing.
Reggae Festivalnational event
Reggae fans are in for a treat, with the biggest cast of performers in the eleven year history of this annual festival. Including the Reggae Beach Party, Vintage Reggae Show and Dance, Reggae Party Cruise and Reggae on the Hill.
Sir Garry Sobers ...national event
Held across all 4 golf courses of Barbados with 4 rounds and a presentation for the winners on May 1st, a great chance to take part and explore the beauty of Barbados at the same time.
National Heroes Daynational event
Celebrates the 10 key people in the history of Barbados.
May Daynational event
Festival of Speed...national event
The Barbados Festival of Speed brings together top international talents in a one of a kind show. This years' show features three-time Formula 1 World Champion, Lewis Hamilton!
Segway Polo in Pa...national event
The 7th Monday after Easter, also known as Pentecost Monday.
Sol Rally Barbadosnational event
Crop Over Festivalnational event
The festival begins with a colourful parade in Bridgetown and marks the end of the sugarcane cutting season. Barbadian culture comes alive in an explosion of colour, costumes, cuisine and calypso. Enjoy live music in the streets, fireworks and partying islanders!
Emancipation Daynational event
Celebrating the end of Slavery in the British Empire, which ended on 1st August 1834.
Kadooment Daynational event
First Monday in August.
Sandy Lane Gold Cupnational event
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