by virgin holidayspr Wednesday, March 30, 2011
As well as 'limin' (chilling out) on your Holidays to Barbados, you will have to find the time to fit in some 'wining' (no, not the drink - it's Bajan dancing), plus there's lots to see on this pretty coral island. To really understand Barbados, you must take to the waters - a catamaran tour gives you a totally different perspective, while snorkelling fans will enjoy spectacular underwater scenery. There's also plenty of happening nightlife on the south coast for those keen to party, although families and couples seeking a more sedate holiday will find the peace and tranquility they're after in the west! Feeling lively? The south of the island has buzzing nightlife, with a multitude of restaurants, bars and entertainment options. Holidays to Barbados west coast boasts the island’s classic white sand beaches framed by tropical fronds. Watching a game of cricket – be it Test visitors at the Kensington Oval in the capital city Bridgetown, or a local village game on a rough patch of grass – is always a delight. And wherever you go, the warmth of the local people is bound to be an abiding memory for years to come.
Virgin Holidays offers a wide range of hotels from around the globe. From all inclusive family holidays to relaxing escapes for couples Virgin Holidays are sure to have the perfect holiday for you. There is an extensive range of Barbados hotels including 3V to 5V ratings, offering excellent facilities and services. The trouble with Barbados Hotels, is that you will probably find everything you need right there in your resort. But its worth putting down the rum punch and visiting some nearby towns and villages to soak up the local flavour - even if you choose an all-inclusive Barbados Hotels, where most watersports, meals, drinks and evening entertainment are included. Travel to Barbados’ less developed east coast for some spectacular rugged scenery and some wicked Atlantic surf.
The Almond Beach Village Barbados is a superb family resort spread out over 32 acres, has attractive, landscaped gardens and a proper village atmosphere to it, courtesy of the excellent facilities. It's fantastically child-friendly with all kinds of daily activities for 4-15 years, from Calypso dancing classes to pool activities (there's also a FREE nursery for babies and toddlers from newborn-4 years). The Almond Beach Village Barbados realises that parents or couples need a little time on their own too, and offers a child-free (no under 16s) section of the resort, including 3 interconnecting pools and an Italian gourmet adults-only restaurant. Guests staying at the Almond Beach Village Barbados can use the free shuttle bus to visit Almond Casuarina Beach and Almond Beach Club & Spa (adult only).
To book - www.virginholidays.co.uk or Call 0844 557 3859
Notes to editors
7 nights in the Almond Beach Village from £1235 saving up to £436</p>
Seven nights in Barbados with Virgin Holidays, including scheduled flights with Virgin Atlantic from London Gatwick direct to Barbados, accommodation at the 4V Almond Beach Village on an all inclusive basis. Prices based on 2 adults travelling and sharing a standard room, price includes all applicable taxes and fuel surcharges which are subject to change. Prices are based on departures 01 – 30 Jun 2011. book by 31st March
Start your holiday before you’ve even taken off in the V ROOM at Gatwick Airport…adults £20, Kids £12
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To book: www.virginholidays.co.uk , 0844 557 3859 or visit one of our 40 stores located in Debenhams and House of Fraser stores nationwide.
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