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Barbados has endless untouched beauty waiting to be discovered. The rugged North Coast offers truly breathtaking vistas of hurling waves and coral-edged cliffs, while unique seascapes adorn the cottagey character of the laidback East Coast.

Countless pink and white sand beaches beg to be explored on the South and West coasts of the island. On a sunny day, the best way to see Barbados is by chartering a private boat or on one of the many daily cruises. Inland, vast landscapes and cultural sites entice wonderers to national parks, lush tropical gardens, unique caves, plantation houses, museums, and rum distilleries.

Check back regularly to read feature articles which promise to bring out the wonderer in you.

A Beach for All Reasons!

Posted on Wed April 12, 2017 | By Terra Luxury

 

The most obvious perk of living on an island is the beautiful beaches, and the beaches in Barbados are everything - sandy coves, craggy cliffs, glassy waters, churning waves - everything. But, if there is any doubt that Barbados ticks all the boxes when it comes to beachfront living, then let us introduce you to some of our favourite coastal spots that may very well be the future location of your home sweet home.

Hello Holetown!

Posted on Fri February 17, 2017 | By Terra Luxury

     

On the island’s lavish west coast sits the town of Holetown. Its heart and surroundings are the plush home of luxury, international musings and decadence, but before this became the trademark of the coast, it was revered by historians and locals alike as the crèche of Barbados as it is now known.

The Fashion Within

Posted on Thu September 29, 2016 | By Terra Luxury

On a global perspective, the fashion scene is one that has an incredible mass appeal, and our captivation with this fine art culminates each year in major cities across the world with the staging of global Fashion Week. With New York’s week wrapped up and London’s underway, Milan and Paris wait in the wings to unveil their own prestigious week of celebrating fashion forwardness. These events have grown into massive economic powerhouses, with New York fashion week attracting over 230,000 attendees to more than 500 shows that total in the generation of almost US$900 million for the Greater Metropolitan area.

Barbados: An Island of Golf

Posted on Fri September 02, 2016 | By Terra Luxury

To hear the words Barbados, birdie and eagle in the same sentence may seem odd but mundane; but, to the pert ears of those in-tune with the sport, it undoubtedly screams golf. Beyond the bewitching beaches that coerce you to stay waterside when in Barbados, there is another world lying in wait that presents grandiose greens, fantastic fairways and pesky bunkers. There isn’t a truer case of this than on the western seaboard in the parish of St. James, where tee time is any time at three of the most prestigious golf spots on the island - Sandy Lane, Royal Westmoreland and Apes Hill.

Eyes on the Coast: Seaside Serenity at Mullins Beach

Posted on Tue June 07, 2016 | By Jeanie Mahon & Anna Lee Warren, Real Estate Agents

Living a stone’s throw away from pristine white sand beaches and any-time ocean dips is a luxury almost everyone craves. After all, let’s face it; with one look at those turquoise Caribbean Sea views, it’s hard not to sink into relaxation mode. Luckily in Barbados, we’re spoilt with an endless selection of beaches from the more tucked-away spots ideal for seclusion to the activity-packed shores bursting with family fun.

St. Nicholas Abbey

Posted on Tue March 15, 2016 | By Terra Luxury
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"We believe our architectural heritage is part of who we are as a people; that buildings and landscapes provide us with an in-depth view of the craftsmanship, trade and culture of their time.” These are the sentiments of the Warren family, owners of St. Nicholas Abbey whose stated mission is: “to ensure its preservation for both future generations of Barbadians and visitors to our island.” - Larry Warren