We compare what's there to find the best deals for you.
Please enter a valid email address
You're now signed up. Great deals will soon be delivered to your inbox.
We compare prices from leading holiday companies so you can find the best deal for you.
St. Lawrence Gap, known as The Gap, is Barbados’ most famous nightlife spot. This mile-long stretch on the south coast is lined with restaurants, bars, clubs and shops such as the low-key but lively Café Sol, Old Jamm Inn and the unassuming Jan and Franks Cocktail Bar.
Uniquely Bajan experiences include Oistins Fish Fry, where locals and visitors pile into the dance hall at Bay Garden for all-night calypso music and dancing. It’s also the place to fill up on portions of fried fish and chips with sides of macaroni pie, potatoes and plantain, washed down with cold Banks beer.
Many hotels also host dance and live music evenings, such as Cobblers Cove and Sandy Lane’s Starlight Terrace.
It’s often the rum shops, low-key local bars and impromptu street parties that end up being the best spots to drink with the locals and experience Bajan nightlife. Get chatting, ask around and keep an ear out for local recommendations.
Want ideas on where to eat before your night out? Take a look at our “Barbados restaurants” page.
Image credit: LOOK Die Bildagentur der Fotografen GmbH / Alamy Stock Photo