This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
St. Peter Travel Tips
Visitors to St. Peter Vacation Rentals
St. Peter stretches across the northern shores of Barbados. The main town is Speightstown which is the second largest town on Barbados. History enthusiasts will be delighted by the old colonial buildings, churches which date back to the 16th century and magnificent colonial homes. The town also has a well known art gallery with modern and ancient paintings from local artists. Art lovers can spend an afternoon browsing the many artworks. St. Peter is also home to some of the most magnificent beaches and sun lovers will not be disappointed. There are loads of beach activities available, including snorkeling and diving. There is a great beach vibe, especially in season, and many activities to keep the visitors busy.
Traveling to St. Peter Beach Rentals
Barbados is a popular destination for travelers from North America and there are several direct flights between hubs such as New York City, Chicago, Minneapolis and Atlanta. There is only one airport on Barbados, the Sir Grantley Adams International Airport, which is located in Bridgetown. The airport hosts regularly scheduled flights from most North American airlines as well as several European Airlines. Regional airlines operate between Barbados and other neighboring Caribbean destinations. If you are traveling from a destination that does not have a direct flight to Barbados, you may consider routing via London if traveling from Europe. Alternatively, the best connection from the U.S. is Miami Airport in Florida.
Attractions near St. Peter Villas
Barbados is known as a tax haven in the Caribbean. This makes it a favorite shopping destination. In some cases, you could find items at 50 percent less than what you would pay in North America or Europe. The tax-free shops can be found in St. Peter, Christ Church, and Bridgetown. Many will accept U.S. currency in addition to local currency as well as most major credit cards. Some items that you can look out for are high quality jewelry, ceramics, perfume and art. Clothing tends to be a little more expensive in the major towns but affordable handcrafts and souvenirs can be found in the beach front stalls and markets.
Golfing enthusiasts can test their skills on the par 72 championship golf courses on Barbados. The scenery is magnificent but don’t get too distracted—the greens are challenging. The most well known golf course is the Barbados Golf Club in Christ Church.
The diving on Barbados is a treat. Wrecks, beautiful coral reefs, crystal clear waters, warm tropical water temperatures and an abundance of marine life make diving in Barbados a memorable experience. Local dive shops have regular charters out to the reefs and dive sites. For those that prefer to stay on top of the water, snorkeling is the next best way to experience the underwater world. Cruises and snorkeling excursions can be arranged with any one of the local tour operators.
The beaches on Barbados are legendary. Soft white sands seem to go on for miles and the beaches are ideal for swimming and snorkeling. Near St. Peter, the two best beaches are on the west coast, namely Heywoods and Mullins Beach. Here you can enjoy the days soaking up the sun and occasionally cool off with a swim or snorkel out to the reefs.
Seasons to Travel to Barbados Vacation Rentals
Because of its warm tropical climate, Barbados is considered a year-round destination. The high season for travel is during the spring and summer months; the beaches can get crowded during this time. From November to February, the weather is milder yet still warm and many visitors from North America travel during this time to escape the cold winter chill.