Appreciate the tranquillity of St James
There are a number of shops in the town but for a wider selection, head to the capital, Bridgetown. Here you can shop till you drop in the 3 shopping malls, the most popular being West Coast Mall. Designer goods are available to purchase tax free so it’s certainly worth a look. The hustle and bustle of this city is great for a day out but you’ll appreciate the tranquillity once back in St James.
Head round the coast on a catamaran to see the island from a different perspective. Enjoy lunch on board and there’s even time for snorkelling in the crystal clear waters.
The Holetown Festival celebrates the African and English heritage that makes this island what it is today. Every year, on the 2nd weekend in February, the islanders put on parades and live performances for all to enjoy. It’s a truly remarkable sight. They certainly know how to throw a party! Holidays to St James are available through Latedeals.co.uk
Places to Visit
Apes Hill Golf Club
– Apes Hill Club championship golf course is the newest course on the island that enjoys a prime location with varied surroundings. Making it an exciting challenge for golfers being located amongst a richly diverse landscape of rolling meadows, sparkling lakes, dense tropical forest, wooded ravines and coral stone quarries
Reefers & Wreckers
– A family owned dive shop where diving is done in small groups. Courses offered range from “Discover Scuba” to Divemaster and the instructors are PADI certified. Regular dives to the several wrecks in Carlisle Bay, the Pamir on the West Coast and the ultimate wreck dive, the Stavronikita are made
– The studio overlooks the ocean in St James with much of her recent work is on display, as well as prints of selected paintings, in over 500 square feet of exhibition space