There is a wide range of activities available on this small island (430 km²) as tourism brings one of the main incomes. There are plenty of places to sleep, eat and go out. Baxter’s Road, in Bridgetown, is a typical street that’s full of culture with cafes, bars and shops. The old, colourful buildings and the hustle of the street sellers animate the street. An interesting option is a visit to Hunet’s Gardens which you’ll find in Castle Grant. You’ll be submerged in the magical surroundings of an enormous tropical garden with water flowing all around. If you feel like an excursion you can go to St. Nicholas Abbey. There you’ll find out about the rich and colourful history of the island. The tour will take you to a Jacobean mansion that’s over 350 years old and a sugar cane plantation where you can see the distillery, learn about the manufacturing process and taste and buy the authentic Barbados rum.