This Celtic festival celebrates the links between our wonderful, lively Caribbean island and the culture of our Celtic friends.
With twelve down, the world’s most popular name in beachside opulence has arrived in the Caribbean-beach lovers’ paradise, and some would argue that there will never be a more natural fit than Barbados and Nikki Beach!
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.
Photo by Tides Restaurant
The Tides restaurant is an icon on the west coast. It is a celebration of the seaside living, and emanates a serenity that welcomes lunch and dinner crowds to enjoy fresh sea breezes in a soothing atmosphere. But this September, the Tides Restaurant debuted a refreshed look, and as if to truly accentuate and complement its prime location on the enviable platinum coast, the restaurant has now stepped up its overall luxuriousness as it continues to plate its signature - and delectably delicious - courses.
Racing fans have long hailed Barbados as THE premier destination for the ultimate race experience. The sun, sea and sand make it the perfect holiday destination for the family, while the exciting off-road and islandwide rally events keep the racing enthusiasts energized with thrills, spills and lots of action. With the recent completion of the world class circuit at Bushy Park and the highly publicized addition of internationally acclaimed events such as the Top Gear Festival, Race of Champions and Global Rally Cross, the island can definitely congratulate itself for bringing the world of racing to a whole new cross-section of visitors. (Sun-worshippers and golf enthusiasts, we’re talking to you!) This is the adrenalin rush you never knew you needed!