Gibbes is close to many of Barbados’s more popular attractions. Two destinations that should top every visitor’s itinerary is the fascinating Mullins Beach and the ever-popular St. Peter Parish Church. If you have time, don’t miss the Royal Westmoreland Golf Course and Heywoods Beach.
To really understand Barbados, take a trip to one of its many cultural destinations. There are plenty of excellent destinations visitors can pay a visit to for a morning including the Sir Frank Hutson Sugar Museum in Holetown.
Enjoy the natural bounty of the area by visiting the Folkestone Marine Park in Holetown. Stretch your legs and head to a local beach, such as Holetown Beach in Holetown.
While you are in and around Gibbes, stop by Holetown Monument in Holetown. To learn about the role of faith in Barbados, spend a little time at the area’s most sacred sites, such as the St. James Parish Church in Holetown and the St. Thomas Parish Church.
Budding pros and amateurs alike will appreciate the facilities at the Apes Hill Club in Holetown. Grab your lucky putter and hit the greens.
If you are ready to indulge in some retail therapy, visit the boutiques, stores and stalls at Chattel Village in Holetown and the Lime Grove Shopping Centre.
At the end of a day exploring the delights of Gibbes, stay the night in one of the area’s popular hotels or serviced apartments. Take your pick from the Mango Bay All Inclusive, Holetown, the Club, Barbados Resort & Spa All Inclusive, Holetown, or the Colony Club by Elegant Hotels, Holetown.