Black Rock Vacations
Black Rock is a popular place to visit while you are exploring Barbados as some of the city’s most popular attractions are nearby. Two destinations that should be on every visitor’s list is the fascinating Brighton Beach and the much-loved Paradise Beach. And if your schedule allows, be sure to visit 3Ws Monument and the Mount Gay Rum.
Vacationers in Black Rock, keen to deepen their appreciation of this area, will appreciate the nearby museums and theaters. Discover the museums and galleries of the Barbados Museum and Historical Society in Bridgetown and the Harry Bayley Observatory. To catch home-grown and touring acts, book tickets to the Frank Collymore Hall of the Performing Arts in Bridgetown, one of the region’s best-loved performing arts venues.
If the sun is out, follow the locals and appreciate the local natural destinations. Explore the attractive coastal destinations nearby such as the Sandy Lane Beach in Holetown, the Paynes Bay Beach and Brownes Beach in Bridgetown. Read a book or newspaper in one of the parks and gardens, which include Queen's Park in Bridgetown.
To really get a feel for the area, stop at the nearby local attractions such as the Lord Nelson Statue in Bridgetown, the St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Cathedral and the Bridgetown Jewish Synagogue. These are popular with locals and tourists alike. Whatever your background or beliefs, you’ll be moved by the serene atmosphere at Black Rock’s holy places like the St. Mary's Church in Bridgetown, the St. Michael's Cathedral and the Sharon Moravian Church.
Unwind on the fairways and book a round at the Sandy Lane Country Club Golf Course in Holetown.
When it’s time to put your feet up after discovering the charms of Black Rock, check in to one of the area's range of accommodation options. The Hilton Barbados Resort, Bridgetown, the Radisson Aquatica Resort Barbados, Bridgetown and the Amaryllis Beach Resort, Hastings are among the most popular accommodation options here.