Barbados Map with 11 Parishes


The Barbados Map Template includes two slides. One is Barbados map with 11 parishes, labeling with major parishes, St. Michael, Christ Church, St. Philip, and St. James. The other is Barbados map of outline labeling with national capital and major cities, Bridgetown, Oistins, Holetown, Speightstown, Bathsheba.

Barbados has an estimated population of 303,431 as of 2023. The age structure is distributed with 16.78% aged 0-14 years, 67.56% aged 15-64 years, and 15.66% aged 65 years and over. The median age is 41 years, with an urban population of 31.4% of the total population.


The economy of Barbados is driven by tourism, sugar, light manufacturing, and component assembly for export. It has experienced a 5.02% industrial production growth rate in 2022. The country’s main exports include rums and liquors, ships, packaged medicines, cement, and paper labels. The United States is its largest export partner, accounting for 20% of its exports.

Neighboring Countries

Barbados has no direct neighbors, but its maritime boundaries consist of median lines with neighboring countries which include Martinique, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Venezuela, and Guyana.

Slide 1, Barbados map labeled with capital and major cities.

Barbados, an island nation in the Northern Atlantic Ocean, is home to several major cities and parishes. Here’s a detailed look at some of the major cities and parishes in Barbados, including Bridgetown, Oistins, Holetown, Speightstown, Bathsheba, and the major parishes of St. Michael, Christ Church, St. Philip, and St. James.

Major Cities on Barbados Map


  • Population: 98,511
  • Overview: Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, is the most populated city in the country. It is a popular tourist destination, housing a UNESCO World Heritage Site comprising the historic area and the garrison. Additionally, it serves as the country’s financial and informational hub and is an important port city for cruise ships.

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  • Population: 2,285
  • Overview: Located in the southern region of the country in the Christ Church parish, Oistins is known for its quiet beaches, traditional dancing, and local fish fries. This city also serves as a hub for fossil fuel imports and subsistence fishing.


  • Population: 1,350
  • Overview: Holetown, situated in the parish of St. James, is a significant town with a rich history. It is known for being one of the major tourist destinations in Barbados and is an excellent shopping area.


  • Population: 3,634
  • Overview: Speightstown, the second most populated city in Barbados, was established in 1630 as the most important port city in the country. It is a significant tourist destination and an excellent shopping area, boasting a luxury marina that draws the business of yacht and boat owners.


  • Population: 1,765
  • Overview: Bathsheba is a coastal city known for its natural beauty, particularly its quiet beaches. It is famous for its surfing activities and is a popular spot for tourists seeking a serene beach experience.

Slide 2, Barbados map labeled with major administration Parishes.

Barbados is a country divided into 11 parishes; they are The 11 Parishes are Christ Church, Saint Andrew, Saint George, Saint James, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, Saint Michael, Saint Peter, Saint Philip, and Saint Thomas. Every individual political subdivision is an editable shape.

Major Parishes on Barbados Map

St. Michael

  • Overview: The parish of St. Michael is where Bridgetown, the capital and main city of Barbados, is located. It contains one third of the country’s population.

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Christ Church

  • Overview: This parish is home to Oistins, an important hub for fossil fuel imports and subsistence fishing, and is known for its quiet beaches and local fish fries.

St. Philip

  • Overview: St. Philip is where the former Christ Church hospital and the former Barbados Coast Guard Station are located. It is also a significant area for fossil fuel imports.

St. James

  • Overview: St. James is where Holetown, one of the major tourist destinations in Barbados, is situated. It is known for its historical significance and excellent shopping areas.

This comprehensive overview offers insight into the major cities and parishes of Barbados, showcasing the diverse attractions and historical significance of each location.

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