Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, St. Michael
- historical home of the 'Windies' cricket team
The Sandy Lane Hotel, St. James
- the most famous in the Caribbean set in exquisite marble surroundings with spectacular beach views
Cobblers Cove Hotel, St. Peter
- enjoy English afternoon tea from 4pm till 5pm in this elegant English style country house
North Point, St. Lucy
- the very tip of the island with excellent Atlantic views and great photographic opportunities
St Nicholas Abbey, Cherry Tree Hill, St. Andrew
- a fine example of Jacobean styling built in 1650 and is thought to be one of the only three Plantation Great Houses of that period.
Harrison's Cave, St. Thomas
- tranquil waterfalls and streams trickle among the stalagmites and stalactites of this natural cave, a rarity in the Caribbean.
Bathsheba, St. Joseph
- The Bathsheba ‘Soup Bowl’ hosts The World Pro Classic Surfing Championships every November.
Crane Beach, St. Philip
- voted one of the top 5 beachs in the world; a must see!
Gun Hill Signal Station, St. George
- built in 1818 this station is home to a fascinating collection of military memorabilia and a famous coral stone lion.
St. John's Church
- this classic church built in 1836 overlooks the picturesque East Coast.
Oistins Bay Gardens, Christ Church
- an ideal location to savour some of the local cuisine 'al fresco', very popular with tourists and locals.
St Lawrence Gap, Christ Church
- the heart of the island nightlife with a selection of restaurants, bars and nightclubs.