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List of cities in Barbados



This is a list of cities, towns and villages in Barbados.

Christ Church

  • Atlantic Shores
  • Bannatyne
  • Blue Waters
  • Boarded Hall
  • Briggs
  • Callendar
  • Cane Vale
  • Chancery Lane
  • Charnocks
  • Clapham
  • Hastings
  • Maxwell
  • Maxwell Hill
  • Newton Terrace
  • Oistins
  • Rockley
  • Scarborough
  • Seawell
  • Saint Lawrence
  • Welches
  • Woman's Bay
  • Worthing
  • Wotton
  • Yorkshire

Saint Andrew

Saint George

  • Bairds
  • Belair
  • Brighton
  • Bulkeley
  • Bulkely Factory
  • Campaign Castle
  • Church View
  • Drax Hall
  • Ellerton
  • Gun Hill

Saint James

  • Apes Hill
  • Appleby
  • Carlton
  • Holetown
  • Mount Standfast
  • Lower Carlton
  • Thorpe
  • Upper Carlton

Saint John

  • Ashbury
  • Bath
  • Bowmanston
  • Carter
  • Cherry Grove
  • Kendal
  • Saint Marks

Saint Joseph

  • Airy Hill
  • Bathsheba
  • Bissex
  • Blackmans
  • Bonwell
  • Branchbury
  • Buckden House
  • Canefield
  • Castle Grant
  • Cattlewash
  • Chimborazo
  • Hackleton's Cliff

Saint Lucy

  • Alexandra
  • Allmans
  • Animal Flower Cave
  • Archers
  • Babbs
  • Bishops
  • Blacksage Alley
  • Benthams
  • Bourbon
  • Brome Field
  • Cave Hill
  • Chance Hall
  • Checker Hall
  • Church Hill
  • Cove Bay
  • Crab Hill
  • Friendship
  • Lamberts
  • Little Bay
  • Nesfield
  • River Bay
  • Spring Hall

Saint Michael

  • Bank Hall
  • Bayville
  • Belfield
  • Belle
  • Bibbys Lane
  • Black Rock
  • Bridgetown (110,000) -- Capital
  • Brighton
  • Brittons Hill
  • Bush Hall
  • Canewood
  • Carrington
  • Cave Hill
  • Clermont
  • Codrington
  • Dayrells
  • Deacons
  • Deacons Farm
  • Eagle Hall
  • Eden Lodge
  • Fairfield
  • Friendship
  • Friendship Terrace
  • Grazettes
  • Green Hill
  • Haggatt Hall
  • Harmony Hall
  • Henrys
  • Highgate
  • Hothersal Turning
  • Howells
  • Ivy
  • Jackmans
  • Kew
  • Lazarette
  • Lodge Hill
  • Lower Estate
  • Mapp Hill
  • Neils
  • Prospect
  • Rock Dundo
  • Rouen
  • Spring Garden
  • Station Hill
  • St Barnabas
  • Two Mile Hill
  • Upton
  • Wanstead
  • Warrens
  • Waterford
  • Whitehall
  • Wildey

Saint Peter

  • Alleynedale
  • Ashburton Grove, The Castle
  • Ashton Hall
  • Bakers
  • Battleys
  • Black Bess
  • Boscobelle
  • The Castle
  • Diamond Corner
  • Farley Hill
  • French Village
  • Gibbes
  • Haymans
  • Indian Ground
  • Mile and a Quarter
  • Mullins Terrace
  • Portland
  • Road View
  • Rose Hill
  • Six Mens
  • Sunbury
  • The Whim
  • Speightstown (3,600)

Saint Philip

Saint Thomas

  • Allen View
  • Applewhaites
  • Arch Hall
  • Arthurs Seat
  • Bagatelle
  • Bennetts
  • Bloomsbury
  • Blowers
  • Bridgefield
  • Carrington
  • Chapman
  • Christie
  • Welchman Hall

See also

External links

  • Barbados Towns and Places of Interest


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