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St James Parish is located along the west coast of the island of Barbados. One of the region’s most renowned attributes is the upscale seafront resorts which bring countless couples and honeymooners in every year. The largest city within St James Parish is Holetown, which is home to numerous shopping outlets, bars, restaurants and accommodation options which make it a popular destination for tourists. Not only that but the beautiful sandy coastline also attracts many who are eager to soak up the sun in the Caribbean.
There are plenty of reasons to visit St James Parish. A trip to Barbados would not be complete without taking some time to relax on the beaches that line the coast. Some of the most popular in St James Parish include Holetown Beach, Fitts Village Beach and Paynes Bay Beach, each of which have something different to offer. Whether you feel like laying under the sun on the soft powdery sand, trying your hand at surfing or going for a dip in the Caribbean Sea, the beaches of St James Parish have something for everyone. There are lots of interesting tours and day trips on offer for those who want to see as much of this beautiful region as they can. Tour Carlisle Bay in a clear-bottom kayak and see the shipwreck that lays just beneath the surface of the sea or enjoy a 4x4 jeep tour around Barbados. When you’ve had your fill of sightseeing for one day, enjoy some authentic Caribbean cuisine and some of the region’s rum to finish off the night.
St James Parish is a fantastic destination for a couples holiday or a honeymoon. Newlyweds are sure to love experiencing the life of luxury this Caribbean paradise has to offer, as well as the multitude of unique activities they can enjoy together.
🧡 Take part in a Bajan cooking class
🧡 Enjoy a luxury sunset cruise
🧡 See the limestone caverns at Harrison’s Cave
Most tourists fly into Barbados Airport when visiting St James Parish. From Barbados Airport to St James Parish, it is approximately a 25 minute drive.
The Barbadian dollar is the currency used in St James Parish.
St James Parish is 5 hours behind Ireland.
St James Parish experiences a tropical climate, with high temperatures and long spells of sunshine year-round. There are occasional rainstorms which tend to be heavy but brief.