St Peter, on the west coast of Barbados is often referred to as the Platinum Coast. It is renowned for clear warm water and magnificent fine sand beaches. There are many beaches along the coast at St Peter. Heywoods Beach is stunning, wide and quiet while Mullins Bay and Gibbs Beach are the perfect places to relax on the beach under the shade of the Casuarina trees. You will find calm water perfect for swimming and snorkelling, and miles of white sand to walk along. Brilliant sunshine and a wide range of activities and facilities make St Peter in Barbados a perfect Caribbean choice.
There are a number of places of interest in the area surrounding St Peter. Farley Hill National Park is the place for those wanting an idyllic stroll in shady, green gardens with spectacular blooms. The park has amazing views of the east coast and the ruins of a sugar planter's mansion. Barbados Wildlife Reserve offers the opportunity to observe wild green monkeys in their natural setting of a mahogany forest. St Nicholas Abbey near St Peter was built in 1650 and is said to be one of only three plantation houses of that period still standing in the Western Hemisphere. Speightstown, once a bustling sugar harbour known as "Little Bristol", is also nearby. The town's architecture retains the flavour of colonial times. Whether you want water sports, golf, sightseeing or sunbathing St Peter can provide the perfect Caribbean holiday.
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