All Seasons Europa Resort St James Europa,Barbados,Caribbean

Daydream Logo

All Seasons Resort is an idyllic spot for relaxation. Choose to hang out pool side with a Pina Colada or just lounge at the bar. If you prefer you can get involved in a game of pool or just watch TV in the lounge.

 

Caribbean Information Page

Caribbean-Information-Page

All Seasons Resort - Europa  Barbados, Caribbean

Other

Other

Other

Other

Other

Other

 


Barbados, St. James, All Seasons Resort - Europa

Day Month Year Number of nights

Sneak away to the tranquility & hospitality of the All Seasons Resort - Europa, nestled in the heart of Sunset Crest, St. James. These elegantly newly refurbished, ensuite self-contained rooms consist of fully equipped kitchenettes, dining areas, living areas, private patios & free internet

About All Seasons Resort - Europa

Welcome to The All Seasons Resort - Europa!

The Europa Resort offers relaxation in our fresh water pool, surrounded by tropical gardens, or sample a variety of our local dishes at our poolside bar and restaurant. Take our complimentary scheduled bus service to the beautiful gold coast beaches, or hop off to the shopping malls or supermarkets all just minutes away! A resort on the posh west coast of Barbados, offering affordable south coast prices!

The Europa Resort is comprised of spacious one-bedroom self-contained apartments set in beautiful tropical gardens around a freshwater pool. Rooms are available with 2 single beds or a king bed. Each apartment contains a kitchenette complete with stove and refrigerator, a living/dining room, bathroom and verandah with a pool or garden view. The apartments are also equipped with satellite television.

All Seasons Resort is an idyllic spot for relaxation. Choose to hang out pool side with a Pina Colada or just lounge at the bar. If you prefer you can get involved in a game of pool or just watch TV in the lounge.

Nearby there are a variety of shops, banks, restaurants and bars. And if you choose to do your own cooking, you can source all of your goodies at convenience stores and supermarkets just minutes away. There is even a library, shopping plaza and dive shop in the adjacent Holetown. Everything you need is within walking distance or we can take you in the “Reggae Bus”, our complimentary shuttle service.

Resort Amenities:
Fully Equipped Kitchen
Dining Areas
Private Patios
Free Internet Access
Free Wireless Internet
Free Local Calls
Free Shuttle

Activities and Nearby Attractions:
Golf
Scuba Diving
Culture
Shopping Areas
Lots of Events

Rates:
Rates are single/double occupancy. An additional rate of $33 is required for an additional Person.

Barbados has everything you could want in a beach. From the East Coast where swimming is not recommended and the International Surfing and Wind Surfing Competitions are held, to the golden West Coast, with its almost lake-like waters and dazzling sunsets. The water is always warm, and whether you want to watch the marine wildlife in action or just get wet and have fun we've got the place for you!

So, What are you waiting for? Come and Enjoy the Sun at The All Seasons Resort - Europa!
 

***About Barbados***

Barbados is the leading island destination in the Caribbean for British, North American and European tourists. It has a long-established tourist industry and is highly experienced in providing efficient service to a wide clientele. Barbados has a stable government, enjoys a wide range of attractions and has fine coral sand beaches. Barbados boasts scores of restaurants and bars, nature attractions including caves and marine parks, historic sites, festivals, golf courses and a range of other activities. By the end of 2003, the island had hosted over 1 million tourists, of whom 531,211 were stay-over visitors and 559,000 were cruise ship visitors. Accommodation for tourists is targeted to increase from approximately 7,250 rooms in 2003 to approximately 9,500 rooms by 2010.

There is something for everyone in Barbados. Relax on the beach, or sip rum punch whilst sailing the Caribbean Coast on a luncheon or sunset cruise. For the more lively there is parasailing, windsurfing, tennis, golf, squash and horse riding. There are sights to reward the curious, restaurants to delight the gourmet, and a nightlife that bubbles with tropical excitement. There are many places of interest to visit such as Harrisons Cave, Barbados Wildlife Reserve, The Flower Forest - and you can even dive beneath the waves and marvel at the beautiful coral reef.

 

Barbados, St. James, All Seasons Resort - Europa

Day Month Year Number of nights
 

Other Rental Properties Are Listed Below:

Area: 430 sq km (166 sq mi)
Population: 264,000
Capital city: Bridgetown (pop 7500)
Language: English

 

Barbados

Barbados is a distorted pear-shaped island lying 2585km (1610mi) southeast of Miami and 860km (535mi) northeast of Caracas, Venezuela. It's about the size of a large US city. The western coast has white-sand beaches and calm turquoise waters, while the cliff-lined Atlantic eastern coast is much more turbulent. Coral reefs surround most of the island. Over eons the buildup of coral on sedimentary rocks has created the bulk of the island. Water permeates its soft coral cap, creating underground streams, springs and limestone caverns. The most notable of the caverns, Harrison's Cave, is one of the island's leading tourist attractions.

The best time to go to Barbados is during the cooler, drier months of late winter and early spring (February to May). Keep in mind that this is also the peak tourist season when prices are higher and places most crowded.

Bridgetown


The capital of Barbados is a busy commercial city set on Carlisle Bay, the island's only natural harbor. It's an architectural hodgepodge of modern and colonial, with side streets leading off into residential neighborhoods sprinkled with rum shops and chattel houses. True to the island's British heritage, there are monumental obelisks, gothic parliament buildings, and a large Anglican cathedral. Military history buffs should head to the Barbados Garrison, the 17th-century base of the British Windward and Leeward Islands Command. It has a museum, fortifications, brigs and cannons a-plenty.

Holetown
It's the oldest town in Barbados, but you'd hardly know it from its modern appearance. Founded in the 1620s, Holetown is now a major cog in the island's tourism machine. You can absorb some of the town's history at St James Church, a 19th-century structure that still has traces of its 17th-century past, including a bell inscribed with the name of King William.

St Lawrence
Along the southwestern coast there's a cluster of small, low-key towns with excellent beaches that provide much of the island's low to mid-range accommodations. St Lawrence, about 15km (9mi) southeast of Bridgetown, is the liveliest, offering plenty of opportunities to boogie down or fill up on flying fish. Dover Beach, the town strand, has powdery white sand. A few minutes' walk west along the beach at low tide brings you to the towns of Worthing and Hastings, which have interesting local crafts and lovely white-sand beaches.

 

barbados  barbados  barbados  barbados  barbados

Daydream Villas

Tel/Fax (00)34    96-679-0844 or 679-779-122  Oasis 90, Urb Marina,
San Fulgencio, 03177

 

Merricks Beach Resort, Barbados, Caribbean,