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With plenty of golf courses, historic homes and sporting events, Barbados is an ideal vacation spot for active travelers. Avid surfers flock to Bathsheba Beach on the east coast while swimmers looking for calmer waters head to the south coast's Dover Beach.What is the major religion of Barbados?
Religion in Barbados. Majority of the population are Protestants out of which dominant strains are Anglicans, Pentecostal and Methodist. About 4% of the population is Roman Catholic. Cuba is a nation of culture, a nation of history and a nation of fun.What are the best places to stay in Barbados?
If you prefer a smaller hotel, one of the best places to stay in Barbados is the 48 room Sandpiper, which has spacious family suites and extra-large terraces. There's an excellent children's programme which includes sailing, snorkelling and paddle boarding, but also plenty of watersports to try as a family.What are some interesting facts about Barbados?
Interesting & Fun Facts About Barbados Barbados was first called Los Barbados, which means ‘the bearded ones’. The country owes its previous name to its fig trees and their long hanging, aerial roots. Bridgetown is the Capital of Barbados. The Barbados National flower is called the ‘Pride of Barbados’ (Caesalpinia pulcherrima).