Located in the South East of the island, St. Philip is known for beautiful and unspoilt beaches ideal for swimming, body boarding, surfing, relaxing, etc. Popular beaches are the Crane, East Point, Foul Bay as well as a number of bays
Places of historic interest are Sunbury House - one of the many outstanding plantation houses open daily for viewing. King George Memorial Park and Sam lords Castle
Experience the beauty of Harrisons cave which include an abundance of stalactites, stalagmites, streams, lakes and waterfalls leading speleologists consider it to be among the finest showcase in the world.
East Point Lighthouse also known as Ragged Point Lighthouse has been in existence since 1875 and is still operational and has the most picturesque view.
The most popular tourist season is February to May; when the climate is cooler and drier. The average annual temperature is 27 degress celcius, with an average of 3,000 hours of sunshine recorded a year.
The Grantley Adams airport is the island's international airport, which is about 10 minutes away. Note that a temporary driving permit is required if you wish to use a hire car.
Located in this region are the popular beaches of the Crane, Foul Bay and Sam lords Castle. It should be noted that Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous has rated Crane Beach as "one of the ten best beaches in the world"!