Search for car hire in Barbados
Fill in the search form below to find cheap car hire in Barbados
Our great prices include
- Free cancellation and amendments
- Third party liability insurance
- Collision damage waiver
- Vehicle licensing fee
Want to book by phone?
0203 318 6960
Our team is here to help 24 hours a day,7 days a week.
Best value car hire from top brands
Barbados car hire tips
Where to pick up your car
There are several car hire locations in Barbados, and the most popular place to pick up a car is at the airport (Grantley Adams International).
Top car rental brands
The most popular car rental brands in Barbados are Dollar, Stoutes Car Rental, Drive-A-Matic and Coconut Car Rentals.
Best time to hire a car
The cheapest months to pick up your car hire in Barbados are May and June.
Barbados Dollar (BBD)
Side of road
Hire a car in Barbados
The classic Caribbean island paradise, Barbados is an oasis of adventure and lazy sun-soaked afternoons.
Although just a quarter of the size of London, the small pear-shaped island of Barbados is amazingly diverse, with plenty to offer beyond its famous powdery sand. From its UNESCO listed capital to its sweet smelling fields of sugar cane, Barbados has an invigorating atmosphere.
Take to the road to discover the island’s hilly interior and rugged cliff formations, then catch the surf on the eastern shore. Find your perfect island car hire with easyCar, and discover Barbados’ hidden secrets.
Sights to see
Whether you enjoy lazing on exquisite, sun kissed beaches, getting involved in a range of water sports or soaking up a spot of local history it's all there for you in gorgeous Barbados. By hiring a car in Barbados, you can explore this remarkable place on your own terms.
Things to do in Barbados
Turquoise seas, endless sandy shores, Barbados's abundant supply of beaches offer a sumptuous choice of ways to spend your holiday. Walk for miles along unbroken stretches of perfect white sand, made from finely ground coral. Take part in a range of water sports, including some of the finest snorkelling and scuba diving available. Or just kick of your shoes, sit back and enjoy the view. The West coast offers some of the calmest seas for those who like to snorkel or paddle. The south coast has gentle waves, ideal for a spot of body surfing or windsurfing, and the north and east coasts with their huge waves and strong currents create a breath-taking natural spectacle.
Barbados: Discover more
It's not all just sea and sand though; take time out from the beaches to explore the Mangrove swamps at Chancery Lane, Inch Marlow and Graham Hall. Or explore the fine examples of Jacobean, Georgian and Victorian architecture including Pirate Castles and Gothic churches.