5 Things You Can Do at Barbados for Free

Yes, Barbados is deemed one of the most expensive places to visit, but it doesn’t have to be. There are many things you can explore in Barbados at absolutely no cost. All you have to do is know where to look for free stuff. Hence, at Menu Barbados, there is a list of things you can do on the island for free. You are welcome!

  1. Stroll on the boardwalk

There are two main boardwalk you can choose to stroll on in Barbados: it is either south coast or west coast. You can also relax on a promenade, it would still cost you nothing. The sidewalks are famous among locals and travelers alike, particularly at sunset or sunrise. They are dotted with bars and restaurants if you are planning to spend some money here.

  1. Hit the beach

Barbados is famous for its exquisite beaches. And all the beaches on this island are public, all you have to do is choose one to explore. Every coast of the island has its own unique features and charm. Some are safe to swim in, some are not. Some are ideal for water sports, and some are best for sightseeing just because of strong currents. No matter where you go, never forget your sunscreen.

  1. Picnic

Apart from spending a great time in the afternoon, what makes it better is, that it is absolutely free of cost. There are so many picnic spots in Barbados to pack some treats at and have a good time. Some of the best ones are Miami Beach, Farley Hill National Park, Queen’s Park, Bathsheba, and Three Houses.

  1. Window shopping at Limegrove

Are you a fan of designer brands, but don’t have any money? Don’t fret, you can always window shop at Limegrove Lifestyle Center, situated on the most dazzling west coast of Barbados. You can window shop in your favorite brands at free of cost.

  1. Visit a local market

Visiting a local market will give you a real feel of Barbados and explore a variety of local products, arts and crafts too. Most of them are free to enter, the only costs involved are the ones where you decide to purchase something. You can also chat up with one of the locals and end up making more friends in the process. You can visit markets like Cheapside Market, Brighton Farmers Market, Holders Farmers Market and Graeme Hall Farmers Market.

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