The Caribbean distinguishes itself as one of the world's most sought after destinations, and at the pinnacle we see the island of Barbados which stands out today as a jewel in the Caribbean crown. Remaining exclusively under the British flag for over 300 years, Barbados has always been the most British of the Caribbean islands, an influence that has earned it the nickname 'Little England'.
Neatly packaged into a compact 166 square miles, Barbados is the epitome of "small is beautiful". Contrary to its modest size, Barbados can justifiably boast a wide range of attractions and a lifestyle that is the envy of many countries.
Your investment in a traveling experience will be returned to you in multiplicity by Realtors with the rewards of a year-round, nurturing, health-giving climate; an outstanding naturally beautiful environment, inclusive of superb beaches and exotic wildlife, yet replete with vibrant, friendly people.
In addition to the many traditional elements which for centuries have enticed visitors to the island, Barbados is also blessed by a long-standing history of political maturity, social stability and a sophisticated national infrastructure. This has included easy accessibility by air and sea, modern telecommunications and pro-active policies of a forward-thinking government and this has spiraled Barbados to the fore as the favoured jurisdiction for international business and banking.
Out of this creation of impressive national development has evolved a sophisticated property market which comprises some of the world's most desirable homes, ranging from beachfront villas to sugar plantation great houses.
This manifests in a diverse selection of luxury properties emanating from the economic growth and financial security of Barbados, which Realtors has been a part of for over fifty years. That prosperity has encouraged investors to build a number of world class residential communities and superlative houses.
On the West and South Coasts, coral shore beaches extend along the sparkling waters of the Caribbean Sea. Along the East Coast you will find the stronger Atlantic breezes and current, perfect for hosting international surfing competitions and enjoying a more rugged coast of the island.
Barbados is a nature-lover's paradise with its excellent beaches, rolling hills, gullies, caves and natural springs. Either escape and become one with nature or embrace the cosmopolitan capital city of Bridgetown. With its extensive range of shops, restaurants and historical places, a day in the city will leave you amazed that so much can occur on 166 square miles.
The other major towns on the island Speightstown, Holetown and Oistins are all uniquely featured and you will be amazed at the different moods that are evoked in these areas. The eleven parishes of the island are also unique and some Barbadians believe they even have different accents.