Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is located on the island’s southwest coast. The port city is known for its British colonial architecture from famous sites like the 17th-century garrison to the National Heroes Square. The whole town is built around Carlisle Bay, an enchanting seafront promenade with great shops, restaurants and an expansive stretch of beach. From here, you can charter a boat and set sail on an incredible adventure.
Dive into the Tropical Island Paradise. Barbados has been called the “culinary capital of the Caribbean.” There are so many excellent choices, but a stop at Oistins Fish Fry is a must. You can see the islands roots as a British settlement in the fish and chips offered here, but they are served up with a unique local flare. Bridgetown truly has it all from turquoise waters, sandy beaches, and year-round warm weather. Enjoy the pink sands of sunrise and enjoy the delightful nightlife of Barbados. It all starts in Bridgetown.
Explore the Rich History and Culture of Bridgetown. Bridgetown isn't’ just stunning nature, great beaches, food, and fun, here you can also explore the island’s interesting history. Most people enjoy a trip to the famous George Washington House. Barbados is the only other country the first president ever visited, and the house he stayed in is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site and symbol of friendship between Barbados and the United States.
Charter a Course South for a Real Adventure. When you set sail south from Bridgetown, you can discover some of the incredible bays, reefs, inlets, and beaches of Barbados. Bottom Bay located a short sail away is an excellent place for those looking to reel in some serious fish. If you continue around to the East, you can even check out some of the great surfer beaches where the waters are a little more rugged. Then heading a little further around, you can find the calm, clear waters that are great for scuba diving. There are so many great options to explore and Bridgetown is the perfect place to begin your adventure and get a taste of this incredible Caribbean destination.