Flat expanses of sand run seamlessly into the white foam of aquamarine surf on the west and south shores of Barbados, broken only by bizarre coral formations until the coast rises up into cliffs and crags in the north and east. Bridgetown is the urban center of Barbados, located along the island's southwest coast.
High white clouds are the only limit to the endless stretches of sky and water that swirl around the palm trees, beaches and bright colors of Martinique. While a visit to this island would be incomplete without leisurely hours lounging beside the warm sea, there are also inland attractions to keep you occupied when you're after a break from the sun.
The gentle folds of mountainous St. Vincent are enveloped in the sort of green caused by regular tropical rains. Thick and lush, the interior slopes down to a dusting of silky sands, ranging from pale white to glittering black. The froth of warm Caribbean Sea washes the toes of frilly palms, a paradise that, but for the lack of pirate ships and treasure chests, might be found only in books. Even if you aren't looking for the pirate's life, St. Vincent has got the space to stash your person, spend your loot and have some good swashbuckling fun.
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