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DINE & EXPLORE

This is one of our nearby beaches.

  Only a 10 minute walk away from Carizma

DINING OUT

Carizma has cool boxes, beach mats and beach towels for our guests to use if you fancy having a picnic whilst exploring the island.

​There are so many places to dine on the island, sometimes part of the fun of a holiday is discovering them for yourself. 

There are many eating places available ranging from the relatively cheap to high end fine dining.

Here a just a few of our favourites.

Enjoy discovering!

Cafe Bar Carizma

Cafe Bar Carizma, Chattel Village, Holetown

Name look familiar? This fantastic place to eat and drink is owned by members of our family - Think we are are biased?

Yes but also take a look at the reviews on Tripadvisor! We are not the only ones who enjoy eating there.

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Fishpot

The Fish pot restaurant is located directly on the water’s edge at the North West end of the island just past Six Men's Bay.

An open-air covered terrace offers uninterrupted views of the Caribbean Sea,

 the informal dining rooms feature large picture windows facing toward the horizon.

Juju's Beach Bar 

Located on the same stretch of sand as Lonestar, Ju Ju’s is perfect for swimming and there’s a reef close to shore where you can easily swim with turtles.

You can rent umbrellas and loungers from this little beach-side rum shop and spend the entire day kicking-back and relaxing.

Ju Ju's is a favourite with the locals as well the tourists so it can get very busy during lunch times and at sundown, when every seat is packed for the breathtaking sunsets.

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Pier One at Port St Charles

A 15 minute stroll from Carizma villa, Port St Charles Yacht Club is Barbados premier waterfront dining destination. 

Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner are served at Pier One restaurant which has breathtaking views across the caribbean sea. 

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EXPLORING & ENTERTAINMENT

Carizma has cool boxes, beach mats and beach towels for our guests to use if you fancy having a picnic whilst exploring the island.

​There are so many places to dine on the island, sometimes part of the fun of a holiday is discovering them for yourself. 

There are many eating places available ranging from the relatively cheap to high end fine dining.

Here a just a few of our favourites.

Enjoy discovering!

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Heywoods beach

BEACHES

There are in an abundance in Barbados and all beaches are open to everyone.

Our nearest beaches are Heywoods and Speightstown, a 10 minute walk from Carizma.


A local saying is "There is one beach for every day of the year in Barbados"


If you want an actioned packed day at the beach head to Mullins Beach for your water sports.


For surfing and kite surfing head over to the South East coast where many of the surf schools are based.

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Folkstone marine park

Silvermoon

Silver moon

SAILING

Enjoy a catamaran sail, a wide range of tours take you to areas where you can swim with the turtles, which is an amazing experience. 

Many include in their packages the chance to enjoy a fabulous lunch on board.

The catamaran's who we have used are Silver Moon, R&R cruising and Good Times.

Garrison Savannah

HORSE RACING

Based at the historic Garrison Savannah, this is a spectacle not to be missed. The Historic Garrison Savannah is located close to the capital, Bridgetown.

 

The Garrison Savannah has been the home of horse racing in Barbados since 1845. The officers of the British Regiment, who were stationed in Barbados, used what was then the parade ground to match their horses in races and the wealthy merchants and planters later joined them.


There are approximately 25 race meetings throughout the year running from January to April (Spring Season) May to September (Summer Season) and from November to December (Winter Season).

(Handy hint - watch the locals to see which horse they bet on)

Garrison Savannah
Harrison's Cave

HARRISON'S CAVE  

At the heart of Barbados lies one of its wonders Harrison's cave. 

After 1974 the Barbados government started developing Harrison’s Cave as a show cave and attraction, by excavating shafts and tunnels that could accommodate trams.

The cave opened to the public in 1981.

You enjoy the tour of the beautiful caves whilst sitting on the specially designed trams. This crystalised lime stone cave is a gem of an experience, so be sure to visit and unearth the adventure.

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