Collected by Kristin White
By day, it’s a fishing town in the Parish of Christ Church. By night, Oistins packs up with foodies piling their plates high with fish grilled to perfection on an open flame, servings of macaroni pie, a drizzle of island-made hot pepper sauce, and...
Church St, Douglas, Barbados
Built in 1658, Nicholas Abbey sits pretty in the Parish of St. Peter. Located specifically on a former sugar plantation, the brick and limestone manor is a stunner, with a grand Chinese Chippendale staircase, curved Dutch gables, and period pieces...
Pebbles Beach, Barbados
This quiet stretch of beachfront is popular with locals and savvy visitors impressed with its tranquil waters, unassuming beauty and terrific location minutes from Bridgetown’s Aquatania Gap. Enjoy a cutter sandwich from Cuz’ fish shack, a nearby...
For residents and visitors alike Friday night means an excursion to Oistins, a fishing village on Barbados’ southern coast. On that evening the town hosts a festive fish fry held along several downtown streets. Open-air restaurants, bars and...
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