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Roughly 500 years ago, at the turn of the 16th century, this idyllic island first became known to Portuguese and Spanish explorers as “Barbados” meaning “bearded ones.” While the stories behind the meaning vary – some claim the name was inspired by the long-hanging roots of the bearded fig trees indigenous to the island, while others believe the name suggests the billowing white foam spraying over the island’s outlying reefs – Barbados today means the best of Caribbean living. From its turquoise waters and white sand beaches to its welcoming culture and storied history, Barbados captures the essence of tropical island beauty and genuine hospitality.

Attracting the highest percentage of repeat visitors in the region year after year, many of our guests make Barbados their second home. Our island offers a wide range of activities and services to meet the varying desires of our owners and guests. The list is endless but it includes several five-star restaurants and luxury spas, world-class golf courses, breathtaking hikes, botanical gardens, premiere shopping, and cricket just to name a few. In addition to the wide array of activities, majestic scenery and beautiful beaches, our guests and owners and consistently tell us that one of the things they love the most about our island is our friendly people.


Our Location

Port Ferdinand is located on the island’s picturesque northwest coast, neighbouring historic Speightstown. The beautiful St. Peter coastline, with its stunning beaches, idyllic sea, champagne sailing conditions, quaint fishing villages, and rich heritage, has long been valued by discerning visitors as a holiday retreat of choice. It is here that the authentic spirit and style of Barbados thrives.

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Local Barbados Events

From reggae to rum, there’s always something fun to celebrate on Barbados. Here, we’ve highlighted a few of our all-time favorite island fairs and festivals.

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