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Overview Of The Port Of Barbados

About Barbados
Barbados is the most easterly of the Windward Islands in the Caribbean, Bridgetown is it's capital.

Near to the port is the Pelican Craft Centre which offers local arts and crafts and the chance to watch the artists at work. Broad Street in Bridgetown is the main shopping area.

Popular places to visit include Garrison Savannah on the south coast, which is packed with historic interest, forts and monuments. The Barbados Museum is located here too. On the west coast, in Speightstown is the restored 17th Century Arlington House.

The heart of the island offers nature lovers the chance to visit places such as The Flower Forest, Welchman Hall Gully and Harrison's Cave.

Other pastimes available on the island include golf, horse riding, hiking trails and biking.

Brighton Beach is right next to the port, in an industrial area but there are plenty beaches in the west and south of the island.

A local dish is flying fish and cou cou (similar to polenta), traditionally served on Fridays. Fish cakes are also popular, made with salted cod.
Cruise Terminal
The Cruise Terminal is located in Bridgetown at the Deep Water Harbour dock. It is about 5 minutes journey by taxi and around 15-20 minutes walk into Bridgetown centre. Taxis, bike hire and tours are available at the port and the bus station is around 10 minutes walk away.

The cruise terminal has some duty-free shops, a tourist information desk and internet access.

Cruise Ships Docking In The Port Of Barbados

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