Barbados in a Nutshell 2018

92 Section The popular Oistins Fish Fry Photo courtesy The Lively South Coast The south coast is home to many of the island’s hotels, lovely beaches, the popular Oistins Fish Fry and St. Lawrence Gap with its outstanding restaurants and vibrant nightlife scene. Take a leisurely stroll along the lovely Richard Haynes Boardwalk on the south coast which meanders along the waterfront between Rockley and Hastings. A number of inviting watering holes and good restaurants pop up all along the way, Blakey’s on the Boardwalk , the new Salt Café and Tapas are great choices for a casual meal or a few cold ones! Near the southern tip of the island is the coastal town of Oistins – the island’s fishing capital, famous for its Friday night Fish Fry. All types of fresh fish are available daily from the vendors in the fish market. Nearby Surfer’s Café is a casual little waterside restaurant with a laid back atmosphere, cool vibes and rustic charm - great for breakfast, lunch or dinner! Less than ten minutes from Oistins is the Barbados Golf Club at Durants, a challenging links character championship course. Next to the airport, the fascinating Barbados Concorde Experience , offers visitors an exciting and unforgettable insight into the history and unique character of the legendary supersonic aircraft. The spectacular Crane Resort is not far away, perched on a cliff top with panoramic views and the magnificent beach below. Sightsee ng