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Whilst many islands in the Caribbean share the clear waters and white beaches of Barbados, none can match it for its appeal to the luxury sector. Other than glorious beaches, the islands boasts caves, gullies, flower gardens, polo, beautiful hotels and luxury private homes.

Barbados covers an area of only 166 square miles and has some of the most beautiful scenery in the Caribbean. With an international airport and a busy port, many people arriving in Barbados en-route to other islands wish they could stay.

The colourful chattel houses originally belonged to the plantation workers of Barbados. The were modest wooden buildings were set on blocks so that they could be easily moved from one lease holding to another. With a steep gable roof and constructed of corrugated iron, they were adapted to suit the local climate and remain an integral part of the Barbadian landscape.

With the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Caribbean Sea to the west, water sport enthusiasts can enjoy a diverse range of activities including swimming with turtles, sailing, snorkeling, deep sea diving, paragliding, catamaran cruises, fishing and much more.

Combining a tropical climate, an idyllic setting, vibrant economy, excellent infrastructure, exceptional facilities, friendly people and political stability, many famous and wealthy people are choosing Barbados to purchase their dream retirement property or investing in their second home.

No other place can rival Barbados for the sheer number of luxury villas on the water’s edge, the wide range of world-class restaurants, exciting activities and breathtaking attractions. Barbados really does have a pedigree in quality, glitz and globally renowned high standard of living.

Leading the Caribbean from the early days of sugar, through the tourism boom and into the Offshore Business arena, Barbados has developed a distinctive infrastructure one of the most highly developed small countries in the world.

The island has a long history in the luxury property sector dating back hundreds of years from when it was first settled by the British in 1627. Although it obtained its independence in 1966, it has remained in the Commonwealth and the official language is English.

Barbados is the perfect location for buyers seeking a luxury with superb surroundings - there is no better choice in the region. Butterfly Residential has a select portfolio of stunning luxury properties for sale in Barbados.

For further information about luxury property in Barbados, view our Barbados property guide.

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