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Saint Peter’s Parish is in the north of Barbados and makes up part of the famous Platinum Coast, boasting some of the best white sand beaches and dive spots on the island. The area features restored old churches and houses painted in bright colours, a rum plantation and quiet fishing villages.
Saint Peters Parish has many excellent beaches and diving spots for those who love to snorkel or dive. Mullins Beach is the most popular spot for sunbathing, watersports or sipping on a tropical cocktail. Or try Heywoods Beach for a quieter vibe. Take a stroll around the bustling Speightstown and learn about the area's rich history and art at the Arlington House Museum and Gallery of Caribbean Art. Head to Queen Street for some shopping and stop for some delicious Caribbean lunch with rum punch. Visit the Barbados Wildlife Reserve to see the animals and birds in a natural environment. Popular attractions of Harrisons Cave, St Nicolas Abbey rum plantation and Folkstone Marine Park are within easy driving distance as well as the towns of Holetown and Bridgetown to the south.
Safe to say, there is something for everyone in Saint Peters Parish. Basque in the culture or just sit back and relax on one of the many typically Caribbean beaches. The area is suitable for all travellers from couples, honeymooners, and families. Luxury resorts and villas with sea facing rooms are the ideal way to enjoy this tropical destination.
🧡 Historic Buildings & Museums
🧡 Great Snorkelling & swimming spots
🧡 Visit Art Galleries
Bridgetown, Barbados (BGI).
The currency used in Barbados is the Barbados Dollar ($).
Barbados is in Atlantic Standard Time (GMT-4) so is 4 hours behind Irish time.
Saint Peter Parish, Barbados experiences year-round warm weather, with temperatures averaging between 25-31°C. Rainy season runs from June- November but the rain showers are usually short in duration.