Shipwrecks are common off the island of Grenada and have created some unbelievable settings for a dive.
Here are our author’s picks for making the most of the island: Cricket Since the Beausejour Cricket Ground was built in 2002, St Lucia has...
1. Castries Central Market Castries market is a hive of activity, especially when a cruise ship is in town. It’s a wonderful place to shop...
Stede Bonnet (1688-1718) was an unlikely Barbadian pirate because he was a wealthy landowner of a 400-acre estate southeast of Bridgetown. For some unexplained reason,...
Portuguese explorer Pedro a Campos ‘discovered’ Barbados in 1536, and it was he who named the island Los Barbados, which means ‘the bearded ones’.
The origins of the festival can be traced back to the 1780s when Barbados was one of the world’s largest producers of sugar.