A lively Caribbean resort

St Lawrence holidays will take you to the charming parish of Christ Church, on the south coast of Barbados. The Caribbean sounds of reggae and calypso will have you dancing till dawn in this thriving beach resort.

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Dance to the reggae and calypso beat

It’s often referred to as St Lawrence Gap due to the break in the coastal road in the resort. At a short 15km drive from Grantley Adams airport, you’ll soon be enjoying the party atmosphere in breath taking surroundings.

By day, enjoy the vast expanse of white sandy beaches with lots of water sports, in particular body surfing. The shallow waters make it ideal for snorkelling but don’t forget your underwater camera!

As the sun goes down, the resort really comes to life. There are karaoke bars, discos and clubs opening till the early hours. Sample a cocktail or two or try the famous rum punch.

Currency: Barbados Dollar

Language: English and Bajan

Time Difference: GMT -4

Religion: Christianity

Accommodation to suit everyone

Holidays in St Lawrence are suitable for groups of friends or couples due to its buzzing atmosphere. The are many accommodation options here, whether it’s a luxury 5 star beach front hotel you are looking for or a Self Catering base, there really is something for all tastes. Many hotels offer Bed and Breakfast or Half Board but there are so many restaurants in the town it’s nice to try the local delicacies. For those who aren’t that adventurous, there are plenty of international restaurants such as Italian, Mexican, Thai and of course British.

If you are a culture vulture, you won’t find much in St Lawrence other than the Anglican Church to visit. However, a trip to the capital Bridgetown, with its three extensive shopping malls, stunning architecture and colonial history, you’ll find plenty to do. That is, if you can tear yourself away from the party! Book holidays to St Lawrence online at Latedeals.co.uk

Places to Visit

Chancery Lane Swamp

– This protected area is home to migrant shorebirds with many North American birds migrating to South America rest here. The swamp is also a nesting area for the Pelican, Blue Heron and Frigate bird. Chancery Lane is also an important archeological sites on the island

Turtle Beach

– This amazing beach is popular with nesting turtles. Barbados has a strong culture of turtle conservation and volunteers will often be on hand to oversee the hatchlings as they emerge from the nest and head to the shore.

Plantation Garden Theatre

– The famous dinner and stage show called Bajan Roots and Rhythms is held here, it provides an opportunity to look into authentic West Indian culture. The event is renowned for its party atmosphere and unique interactive sessions.