Cherry Tree Hill

In the hilly parish of St. Andrew, Barbados lies Cherry Tree Hill, from which one of the most beautiful views on the island can be captured.

At approximately 850 feet above sea-level, this spot over looks the rugged "Scotland District" which covers the parish of St. Andrew and is named after the Patron Saint of Scotland, the powerful Atlantic Ocean and the longest beach on the island - Cattlewash Beach.

It is believed that the name "Cherry Tree Hill" originated from the large number of cherry trees which once existed on this hill.

This scenic spot is a must for all visitors to the island: The magnificent view combined with the fresh aromas of the sea help make this place an almost religious experience.


Weekly Events

Monday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island
Tuesday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island
Wednesday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island
Thursday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island
Friday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island
Saturday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island
Sunday This is a scenic spot and a great photo opportunity with one of the most beautiful views on the island

Directions

Immediately after passing St. Nicholas Abbey when heading towards the East Coast.


Contact Info
Cherry Tree Hill
Boscobel
St. Andrew

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