21 miles long and 14 miles across, Barbados is an island paradise of legendary beauty, where the amazing turquoise water of the Caribbean and the renowned Barbadian hospitality work in harmony to produce one of the world’s most desirable holiday destinations.
Overlooked at its centre by Mount Hillaby, Barbados’ astonishing landscape is characterized by cascading waterfalls and perfect palm-fronted beaches. While the Danes, Spaniards and French squabbled over much of the Caribbean, Barbados – some 100 miles from its nearest neighbour – was basking in British isolation.
It is for this reason that the island is often called ‘Little England’; on your travels you will notice signs for Christchurch, Brighton and Worthing. There is also a strong Celtic connection on Barbados, which is perhaps why the golf is so exceptional; amazing courses at Royal Westmoreland and Sandy Lane, including the remarkable Green Monkey layout created by Tom Fazio, are combined with world-leading deluxe resorts.
The ultimate in luxury and elegance is the foundation for the Barbados experience, where golf, leisure and unrivalled customer service are combined with magical results.