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Children: age 2-11, Infants: age 0-1
Language:
English
Currency:
Barbados Dollar
Time Zone:
GMT -4 hours
Flight Time:
8 hours 25
Airport Code:
BGI
Holiday Type:
Beach / Summer Sun / Winter Sun

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This Caribbean island is a once in a lifetime dream for many people, while others simply must return year after year; compare holidays to Barbados and see what the fuss is all about. The easternmost of the West Indies islands, Barbados is the archetypal utopian haven, offering some of the world’s most beautiful beaches.

Cheap Barbados Holidays

Barbados
Silver Point Hotel
4 star rating
Virgin Atlantic Airways - International
Monday, January 2, 2017
14 nights Room only
from£1,948
Barbados
Accra Beach Resort
4 star rating
Virgin Atlantic Airways - International
Monday, January 2, 2017
14 nights Bed and breakfast
from£2,089
Barbados
Hilton Barbados Resort
5 star rating
Virgin Atlantic Airways - International
Monday, January 2, 2017
14 nights Room only
from£2,390
Barbados
Almond Beach Resort
4 star rating
Virgin Atlantic Airways - International
Monday, January 2, 2017
14 nights All inclusive
from£2,633
Barbados
Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados
4 star rating
Virgin Atlantic Airways - International
Monday, January 2, 2017
14 nights Half board
from£2,974

Five Star Barbados Holidays

Barbados
Hilton Barbados Resort
5 star rating
Virgin Atlantic Airways - International
Monday, January 2, 2017
14 nights Room only
from£2,390
From special occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, weddings and honeymoons, to annual family holidays, Barbados is as ever popular destination thanks to its stunning beauty, and welcoming nature. Browse holidays to Barbados from Manchester Airport and start getting excited about what lies ahead. The world famous Barbadian beaches are one of the island’s foremost draws, and there are plenty to enjoy and base yourself around, including Accra Beach, Enterprise Beach and Payne’s Bay. Take a dip in the crystal waters and enjoy the waves of Enterprise Beach, or swim out to meet the turtles from Payne’s Bay. Watersports and boat tours are prevalent around the island, with snorkelling, surf schools and catamaran sailing cruises all popular. There is some stunning marine life to experience, with the opportunity to get up close and personal with turtles a real highlight. There are a number of dive schools around the island for those wishing to get their scuba gear on, with a high concentration in Bridgetown. The island’s capital is a vibrant and modern city well worth exploring, and it’s in this vicinity that the highest concentration of accommodation can also be found. There is a range of reasonably priced hotels near Discovery Bay, while further up the coast at Sandy Lane Bay and Heron Bay you will find options that offer serious levels of luxury. Barbados is sometimes referred to as Little England due to its colonial past and post-independence connection to the United Kingdom, and there’s a welcoming feel to the island that can be keenly felt. Take this in at events such as February’s Holetown Festival, the Barbados Food, Wine and Rum Festival in November, and the island’s biggest party, the Crop Over Festival.