Stop by the renowned Elvis’ Beach Bar in Sandy Ground to sample their famous rum punch. Gustavia holds a diverse cultural heritage that is on display through Swedish colonial and French Creole architecture, most easily seen in its signature red-roofed buildings. Pointe-á Pitre is a charming town known for energetic markets like Marché de la Darse, where the fishermen peddle their catch from boats harborside. As you make the crossing from Barbados to Portugal, you’ll explore Europe’s best-kept secret, the Azores Islands. Discover rugged coasts, volcanoes, crater lakes and the UNESCO Global Geopark. In Lajes do Pico, climb up to Vigia da Queimada, a prime spot for stunning views, and keep your eyes open for a whale fluke breaching the water. Around the shores of Pico Island, you may even see dolphins.