In general, the Barbados experiences two seasons: the wet season and the dry season and if you are thinking which one is the best just think of the one in the middle. The wet season is from June to November and the dry season is from December to May. From December to May the average temperatures range from 21 to 31 °C (70 to 88 °F), while between June and November, they range from 23 to 31 °C (73 to 88 °F). Therefore, it is basically up to you to choose the temperatures that you enjoy the most and hop on to your ideal vacation rental.
Enjoy the best of the best when looking for that time off and what is better than having all the comforts of home in the accommodation or vacation rentals of your choice. Accommodations for your vacation rentals ranged from condo rentals, villa rentals, apartment rentals, etc. Your match is found directly with owners of holiday homes, villas, condos, cabins, cottages, RVs, houseboats and other types of lodging. To the locals St. James was known as the "Gold Coast", but due to its ongoing popularity it is now referred to as the "Platinum Coast", reflective of the parishes many glitzy beach-front mansions, pristine beaches, luxury condo rentals, apartment rentals, vacation rentals and consistently high land prices. Many people from Barbados say within the Platinum Coast there are the best villa rentals you could have ever imagined. The best part of this is that they are at your reach on your next vacation rental.
The parish also has great historic significance, as it was here that the first British settlers landed in 1625. Under the authority of King James, the British claimed Barbados upon landing in St. James' present-day city of Holetown (formerly Jamestown, named after the King himself), this settlement turned Barbados into what would later be known as "Little England".
There are houses available for rent as apartment rental, condo rental, villa rental whenever you want them an unique hideaway with all the luxury that you would expect from private villas in Barbados.
Though a heaven for wealthy tourists and foreign expatriates, St. James is far from exclusive. As one of the bigger parishes, it is home to over 20,000 nationals strewn across its many districts, across various social strata. The parish is home to the prestigious Queen's College, one of the foremost schools not only in Barbados, but the Caribbean, founded over a century ago by a British plantation owner by the name of Col. Henry Drax. At its most rural, the parish's many villages (such as the seafront "Fitts Village") the villas are abuzz with activity, near-familial camaraderie, and an active social atmosphere.
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