Barbados

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Maxwell

Maxwell joins a bevy of beach babes on Barbados’ south coast. But this place marches to its own beat – a snail-slow one. When you do want to say goodbye to your lounger, head west. The further you go, the bubblier the resorts get – until you reach the buzziest of the lot, Bridgetown.

St James

Stretched along Barbados’ west coast, St James is one of the island’s most beautiful tourist regions. It’s a fun, lively area with a mix of laid-back glamour and Caribbean sunshine. The main spot is Holetown, which boasts designer shopping, glossy restaurants and vibrant nightlife. And the action there revolves around the town’s stunning beach.

St Lawrence

St Lawrence is the biggest personality on Barbados’ beach-fringed south coast. It gets its swagger from St Lawrence Gap, a parade of rum shacks, Bajan restaurants, and reggae-fuelled dancehalls where the island comes to party. But for those who prefer to relax, St Lawrence’s tropical beaches are exactly what you’d want from this sun-kissed Caribbean retreat.

Rockley

Rockley is a quiet residential neighbourhood in the parish of Christ Church, sandwiched between Barbados’ dapper capital, Bridgetown, and the bubbly St Lawrence Gap. It’s one of the most tranquil places on the island’s south coast, and prides itself on its tantalising beach, nine-hole golf course, and effortless Barbadian style.

Hastings

Hastings is a small town on Barbados’ vibrant south coast that’s fond of good company. It’s sandwiched between Bridgetown, the island’s capital, to the west, and round-the-clock party animal, St Lawrence Gap, to the east. But Hastings can stand tall next to these two gentle giants with its line-up of tropical beaches, coral reefs and famously outgoing locals.

Bridgetown

When you reel off the most popular Caribbean capitals, Barbados’ Bridgetown is right amongst the frontrunners. It’s on the south-west coast of the island, and more than half the population live here. The result’s a bustling centre that’s loaded with markets, shopping streets and restaurants. And because it’s been popular for so long, you’ll find plenty of culture, as well, with more old-school landmarks than anywhere else on the island.

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