Barbados Neighboring Island Groups:
Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and the Grenadines, Grenada
, Trinidad and Tobago.
Regional Maps: Caribbean Islands
, North America
, World Map
Where is Barbados?
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Barbados Cities, Towns, and Villages:
Bathsheba, Belleplaine, Bridgetown, Cane Vale, Charnocks, Chimborazo, Church Hill, Coach Hill, Crab Hill, Crane, Durants, Ellerton, Hastings, Holetown, Hopewell, Little Battaleys, Long Bay, Market Hill, Marley Vale, Oistins, Prospect, Six Cross Roads, Speightstown, St. Patrick's, The Glebe, Warrens, Westmoreland, Windy Hill.
There are 11 parishes in Barbados. They are: Christ Church, Saint Andrew, Saint George, Saint James, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, Saint Michael, Saint Peter, Saint Philip, and Saint Thomas.
Carlisle Bay, Oistins Bay, Caribbean Sea, North Atlantic Ocean.
Barbados Natural Resources:
Barbados has natural resources which include petroleum, natural gas, and fish.
Barbados Natural Hazards:
Barbados has occasional hurricanes and landslides.
Barbados Environmental Issues:
The coastal waters of Barbados have pollution due to waste disposal from ships. Additionally, aquifers can become contaminated from the illegal disposal of solid waste. Soil erosion is also an environmental concern.
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