Even paradise-dwellers
need the occasional escape

Discover where Barbadians go to find serenity in beautiful seclusion. Charmingly rustic and breathtakingly beautiful, the East Coast represents authentic Barbados, untouched by the passage of time. There are no jet skis, condominiums or nightclubs here. Only dramatic limestone cliffs, endless waves colliding with windswept beaches and a way of life not seen since days gone by. This is the other side of Barbados… timeless, unspoilt and secluded. And still, just a 35-minute countryside drive to the island's metropolis.

Beaches & Bays

From world-famous expanses to little-known coves, some of Barbados' most spectacular beaches can be found here. Drag yourself away from your EAST villa and discover places like Harrismith Beach, Bath Beach and Bottom Bay Beach.


There’s also no shortage of things to do when you decide to go exploring this side of the island. Our Personal Concierge recommends these Barbados favourites
Farley Hill
National Park
Botanical Gardens
Martins Bay
St Nicholas
Morgan Lewis
Barclays Park
Barbados Wildlife
Harrison's Cave

Beyond the sun, sea and sand

Barbados’ sunny shores have long beckoned as an investor haven, with the island’s attractive proposition of sun, sea and steady capital appreciation as the biggest drawing card for luxury real estate investors. From outstanding health care to world-class telecommunications and utilities, Barbados checks all the boxes of solid infrastructure, but it is the island’s unique charm that continues to attract buyers. Barbados’ welcoming culture, rich history and of course, its endless beaches, promise a truly relaxed and enjoyable lifestyle.

The island offers ease of access from all international markets, supporting high year-round rental income potential from a strong and growing tourism sector. And, no need to worry about being a non-national purchasing real estate; much like its citizens, the Government of Barbados is extremely friendly to non-nationals, imposing no restrictions on the purchase of Barbados real estate. In a true testament to the island’s welcoming stance,  the government of Barbados announced its new 12-month Welcome Stamp Visa in July 2020, giving digital nomads – or anyone looking to escape their current surroundings – the opportunity to live in, and work from, paradise!

With the island’s West Coast increasingly oversaturated with developments, the East Coast represents Barbados’ final frontier for luxury oceanfront living.
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