Barbados’ Beaches

With seventy miles of pure white and pink sand, Barbados is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations, with its mesmerising scenery, untainted beaches, unique and beautiful plants, flowers and wildlife, as well as its famous Bajan cuisine and hospitality.

Bellevue Plantation is situated in the St. Michael parish of Barbados, just thirty miles from Grantley Adams International Airport and close to all the beaches, shopping areas and entertainment Barbados has to offer.

Dive, Snorkel & Cruise

Barbados has numerous shipwreck sites that line the west coast of the island. One of the most popular diving spots is Carlisle Bay, which is less than three minutes away from Bellevue.

There are many snorkelling packages where you can experience the island’s coral reefs and tropical fish. You won’t be able to visit Barbados without going on at least one cruise – the sunset catamaran cruises offer some of the best cruise packages with a variety of dining options available.

Water Sports

An island holiday would not be complete without water sports, and enthusiasts won’t be disappointed at what Barbados has to offer.

You can try water skiing, wave runners and there’s also parasailing and kite surfing. If you’re an experienced surfer, there are plenty of big waves, but it’s also a great place to try surfing out for the first time. You can also do some paddle boarding, boogie boarding, body surfing and windsurfing.