Barbados Holidays - up to 50% reductions

on 02 August 2017.

Fare Wise Barbados Sandy Lane Beach

Barbados is a hidden jewel of the Caribbean islands.

Set 100 miles out from the Grenadines and St Lucia, Barbados secures the trade winds so you are always soothed by a soft sea breeze alongside the stable temperatures of 27-31º C all year round.

Fare Wise Barbados Fairmont Royal PavillionThe Caribbean Sea is renowned for its, clear, warm waters and all of our hotels have direct beach access. The West Coast is well known for its soft sandy beaches, palms and clear blue waters. It really is a tropical paradise of sun, sand and surf.

We have a range of exclusive West Coast hotels to suit all requirements. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, beach holiday, with surfing and water sports, or just a relaxing, pampered, getaway.

Barbados has just been voted the safest of all Caribbean islands and its English past is still in evidence in its laid back, friendly attitude towards British holiday makers. In addition the West Coast is a shark free zone for any concerned swimmers. Fare Wise Barbados The ClubIn addition the snorkelling allows access to some amazing sea life.

The native turtle population of Leatherback and Hawksbill turtles are magnificent sights when snorkelling and often come up to your beach at night to lay their eggs.

We are sure that one of the Hotels will suit your taste but please call with any enquiries for holidays in Barbados, including booking private villas.

Our prices offer very large savings on listed prices. Please take a look at the offers and use the call now button to contact us.

Fare Wise Barbados Sandy Lane Beach

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