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Best things to do in Holetown

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Grocery or Supermarket
“Super Centre now renamed Massy Supermarket has lots of variety in offerings.”
29 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Restaurant and bar very close by Reasonable looking over the ocean You can walk to this restaurant”
15 locals recommend
Bar
“we love this little spot for so many reasons! Great food, great service, and great views are just a few! Go there to watch the game, have a quick bite, or an long leisurely evening meal. The Steel Pan Band plays every sunday night!”
10 locals recommend
Establishment
“Breakfast at Charizma. Our favourite for a leisurely breakfast. Pretty good value - I can't stop having the full English. Good coffee.”
10 locals recommend
Department Store
“Alles für den Strand: Flipflops, Shirts und coole Bikinis. Alles Zollfrei, wenn man seinen Reisepass mitbringt. ...und alle typischen Mitbringsel für Freunde zuhause”
1 local recommends
Shopping Mall
“7 minutes walk to West Coast Mall, where there is a large supermarket and more stores!!”
2 locals recommend
Police Station
“The monument commemorates the landing for the first British settlers in Barbados and is easy to reach by bus. It is just across the street from a large supermarket, crafts shops and gas station and is right next to the library and police station.”
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Sweet little cafe in the heart of Holetown, serving delicious Italian coffee and fresh made pastries and meals. ”
1 local recommends
Grocery or Supermarket
Point of Interest
1 local recommends
Spa
“Luxurious spa services, trendy blowouts and corner cafe. The spa decor and services reflect the art of travel, whereas, th blow-dry bar is a girly, glamorous space where you can refresh your style, kick back and watch a chick flick while sipping on a glass of rosé!”
1 local recommends
Travel Agency
“swimming with sea turtles Once endangered by overfishing, sea turtles now enjoy a position of respect in Barbados and the island hosts a healthy population of these graceful Caribbean icons. The leatherback and hawksbill sea turtles are a beautiful attraction for snorkelers and scuba divers and, as many of the turtles have become quite used to the presence of humans, you can really get up close to enjoy watching them glide effortlessly through the water. While at times it seems as though they welcome the attention, divers are encouraged to keep their distance and refrain from touching them.”
1 local recommends
Church
“A great selection of wines! Casual wine tasting events often organized. See store for dates and detailsl”
1 local recommends
Church
“St.James Parish Church is among the four oldest surviving churches in Barbados and is located near the site of the island's first settlement in Holetown. ”
1 local recommends