St Lawrence Gap

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St Lawrence Gap
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St.Lawrence Gap, a 1.3 km stretch of road in the parish of Christ Church, is famous for its fine restaurants, diverse accommodation, lively nightlife and good shopping.
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DelBoy666
Carshalton, UK5 contributions
Nov 2021
Half closed due to Covid but still some nice restaurants - choose wisely - some live music and good atmosphere
Written December 13, 2021
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Willger
Bournemouth, UK46 contributions
Dec 2021 • Friends
I do not know if it is coming out of curfew , however the anti social behaviour I witnessed during my time staying in St Lawrence gap was unpleasant. The main road seems to become the main route for fans of fast and furious either blasting out music right up to curfew or doing burnouts and two stepping or revving their engines of the limiter. Extremely intimidating and not pleasant or safe for those of us trying to walk to and from our hotel to the restaurants or get to sleep in what used to be the quiet end towards Dover beach.

The chattel village has now become venue for live music , not great for those staying nearby in SOUTHERN PALMS BEACH and infinity on the beach. When we first visited this was a retail space with a few nice shops. Now it seems to be a free for all better suited at the top of St Lawrence gap near the restaurants and old ship inn.

Where have all the police gone and why have the local planners allowed a outside live music venue when there are better suited locations further up the street. Away from the hotels

I love Barbados having visited often over the past 18 years but this is the first time I have felt the need to speak negatively.
Written December 7, 2021
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mary h
London, UK108 contributions
Sep 2021
Took a walk from the back entrance from Sandals but sadly due to COVID hitting a lot of it is still closed and it was looking very sorry for its self, such a shame,
Written October 5, 2021
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TravelQ6492QE
346452,895 contributions
May 2021
The Gap is a great one-way street lined with plentiful dining establishments and bars along with a few hotels, apartments, and an old church. Really great place to go at night. Street vendors are not over a populated area and are Bajan polite. If you cannot find a place to eat here, you are out of luck.
At the start, you have a small fisherman beach. You see the fisherman diving for bait and going out in their small wooden boats. You can also watch the waves break over the reef. The other end of the gap is Sandals. I am reviewing the first 2/3.
Written May 19, 2021
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jacquitinson
Essex, UK26 contributions
Mar 2020
had a tour bye staff at hotel was so interesting ,it was about an hour walk the member of staff was very helpful interesting
Written April 13, 2020
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kevinhm2020
Walmer, UK5 contributions
Jan 2020
St lawrence gap, was full of fun, great friendly locals, all made us feel very welcome, lots of shacks/bars, great live music each night, very lively, good food and plenty of beer and rum punch
Written March 10, 2020
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Colomba V
2 contributions
Feb 2020
Absolutely lovely. Food was brilliant. People are so gracious. The town is so beautiful. Quite an array of things to do. Vendors marvellous.
Written March 5, 2020
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linda c
Greater London, UK110 contributions
Feb 2020
Plenty of shaks to eat and drink at, good food at good prices and cheap beer, also restaurants high or medium price range. Lots of tables selling hand made wares - trinkets, T-shirt’s that sort of thing. Very safe to walk at night and very friendly locals.
Written February 28, 2020
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Neil C
London, United Kingdom250 contributions
Feb 2020
We made an effort to travel some miles by Taxi to visit this "Attraction" but apart from what looked like an amazing Indian/Asian Restaurant on the sea side of the road the remainder was very much geared up for late night drinking and clubbing and more suited to younger adults. There are a few reasonable restaurants but definitely not fine dining. There was a street barbecue where you could buy a burger and a beer and an amazing Mobile Bar where a man had set his bar up from the back of his van with a tarpaulin for cover and a couple of dirty stools. Not recommended for the discerning middle aged to senior travellers. But hey maybe you have to go to find out for yourself.
Written February 25, 2020
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45-nomad
Ottawa, Canada243 contributions
Feb 2020
We walked here one morning to check out the shops and pick up a few beachy dresses. Friendly area, nice shops, a great selection of places to eat and drink. It’s quiet in the morning and it gave us time to shop without crowds. Prices are average to a bit higher than average. I like to pick up things from local artists or hand made here. Look for sea island cotton designs or artwork.
Written February 23, 2020
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