St Peter Barbados is a parish that stretches across
the northern part of Barbados. It stretches all the way
from the west coast to the east. There are many things
to do on a St Peter vacation, including visiting the beaches on the west coast to
do some snorkeling and diving and shopping in Speightstown, the second larges town in Barbados. A
St Peter tour will bring you through the lovely churches
that were built in the mid 16th century.
On the west coast of St Peter Barbados you will find
some of the most stunning beaches in Barbados—the
Mullins and Heywoods Beaches. No St Peter travel experience
is complete without experiencing the calm waters of the
beaches that are ideal for swimming and snorkeling.
Snorkelers will experience an array of tropical fish marine
life, including fish and sea turtles, just a foot under
the surface of the water. For a bite to eat, stop by the
Suga Suga Bar and Restaurant on Mullins Beach. The restaurant
serves light fare such as sandwiches and salads. The beaches
in St. Peter can be accessed by car or by bus.
The main town of Speightstown is one St Peter travel
destination worth checking out. The town was once a busy
port for ships but today is far more relaxed. History
buffs will appreciate the historical buildings on Orange
Street and Queen Street. A great activity for a weekend
afternoon is to bike through the streets of Speightstown
and view all of the colonial homes, such as the Arlington
house. The town is particularly busy during the weekends
when locals and tourists do their shopping and check out
St. Peter tourist attractions. If you like art, be sure
to check out the Gallery of Caribbean Art. The gallery
displays the bright and colorful paintings of modern Caribbean
artists as well as artists who lived in the past. The
gallery is open all week and is a popular stopping point
for St Peter tour groups.
If you're looking for lodging around St Peter Barbados, the parish is full of Barbados luxury resorts and villas, such as the four star Almond Beach Villa. This resort is located right on the coast and features upscale amenities including spacious rooms with internet access, delicious dining options, and nine pools. The hotel is perfect for sports such as diving and snorkeling. Rooms usually range from $200 to $500 per night, but prices depend on the season of travel. Travelers can expect lower prices in the winter when less people take a St Peter vacation.
A St Peter tour will reveal some of Barbados best assets such as beautiful beaches, history, and fantastic shopping opportunities. Whether you're planning an extravagant wedding or simply want a last minute vacation St Peter vacation, St Peter travel is well worth considering.