So you’ve visited Barbados a few times and you’re in love with the island, its people, and of course the array of property options available to you. Once the thought crosses your mind to purchase a home in Barbados, then what do you do? You may have stayed in...
When it comes to drinking culture in Barbados, most people would associate it with rum, as rum production and consumption in Barbados has hundred-years long history. In recent decades, however, wine consumption has increased significantly among both visitors and locals. Consequently, the availability and quality of wines in Barbados are much better than ever before.
Our hectic lives, busy careers, and everyday hassles often cause us to feel drained and overwhelmed. However, the good news is that people have paid more attention to behaviours that promote their mental and physical health in recent decades.
The island of Barbados is known for a lot of marvellous features – the people, the pristine white beaches and crystal blue waters, lush vegetation and greenery that stretch as far as the eye can see and the perfect weather that attracts holidaymakers and vacationers to want to spend their quiet time alone, with friends or with families.
Barbados has been a developed country according to the UN since 2010 and is very popular for providing excellent standards of living to its residents and visitors. This has contributed massively to the remarkable growth of its real estate market over the years attracting loads of tourists and investors with their pets year in year out.