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St. Philip, Barbados Tourist Information

The parish of Saint Philip in the south-east of Barbados is the biggest parish on the island. Neighbouring parishes are Saint George, Saint John and Christ Church.

Saint Philip consists of rural villages and beautiful countryside, and includes Barbados' only dependency, Culpepper Island. The area called Six Cross Roads is the largest area within Saint Philip.

There are several spas in St Philip which are great to visit if you are looking for a relaxing spa holiday in Barbados.

Must See and Do Tourist Attractions in St Philip

Sunbury Plantation House is over 300 years old and demonstrates authentic life on an old sugar plantation. Sam Lord's Castle, St. Martin's Church, St. Phillip's Church, St. Catherine's Church, Oughterson House, King George V Memorial Park and the Ragged Point Light House at St Philip's east coast are also worth visiting.

Foursquare Rum Distillery and Heritage Park explains the history and making of typically Bajan rum. You can visit the distillery, a museum and several exhibition rooms.

Family Days out in St Philip

There is much to see for families on Barbados. In addition to its beautiful beaches, there are boats that take you to see Barbados' water life, or you can visit a diving school to explore the underwater scenery.

Sport in St Philip

Motor sports are very popular in St Philips. Bushy Park Racetrack and Kendal Sporting Club are popular motor sport locations in the parish.

Shopping in St Philip

You can shop duty free on Barbados. You will find anything from rum, beachwear and watersport equipment to high fashion evening dresses and exclusive jewellery in St Philip. The Six Road Shopping Complex is the main shopping centre in the parish.

Nightlife in St Philip

Nightlife in Barbados is buzzing and ranges from excellent dinners at outdoor restaurants to exciting beach parties. Restaurants and Clubs in St Philips include Zen and L'Azure. You can also have a drink at the Foursquare Rum Distillery.

Transport in St Philip

Sir Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI) has international flights to Barbados and there are also cruise ships operating between the islands and internationally.

Official Tourism Office for St Philip

Caribbean Tourism Office Barbados

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