Tips & Tricks
Windsurfing – along with surfing, Barbados is also a popular place for windsurfing as well as kiteboarding). The chances of wind are high and the waves are perfect for jumping and waveriding in sideshore winds. The best time to spend your windsurfing (or kiteboarding) vacation in Barbados is the period of time when the cooling […]
Mullins Beach (Hwy. 1, Mullins Bay, St. Peter Parish) – located just south of Speightstown, this nice beach is considered safe for swimming and snorkeling. One major nearby amenity is Mullins Restaurant (which, along with providing meals, also rents out beach chairs and umbrellas).
Mount Gay Distillery and Visitor Center (Spring Garden Highway, Bridgetown, St. Michael Parish) – drinkers all over are in some way familiar with Mount Gay brand rum. Here is the facility where it’s made. On site, there are regular 45-minute tours (from 9 am to 3:45 pm, from Monday to Friday). Along with witnessing the […]
Rockley Golf and Country Club (Rockley, Christ Church) – this is the oldest golf club in the island, with a nine-hole (par 70, 5610 yd.) golf course. Rockley Golf Course goes through a residential development on Barbados’ southern coast. With long Par 3’s and strategically placed trees on Fairways and around Greens the course makes […]
Pebbles Beach (off Bay Street, south of Bridgetown, Needham’s Point, St. Michael Parish) – located just south of Bridgetown, this white sand beach is one of Barbados’ best (with the southern end wrapping around the Hilton Barbados hotel). Due to its calm waters, it’s ideal for swimming (including children). Such waters are also ideal for […]
Royal Westmoreland Golf Course (Ronald Mapp Hwy. Km 1.1 East, St. James Parish) – designed by renowned golf architect Robert Trent Jones Jr., this Par 72, 7,045-yard course makes skillful use of natural features and has an abundance of bunkers carved out of the astonishingly lush green turf. Voted the best golf development in the […]