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Golf Breaks in Barbados
Spreading over 20 miles long and 14 miles across, Barbados’s foundation is built upon the ideal combination of luxury and elegance, to produce an incredible Barbados experience, where golf, leisure and unrivalled customer service are combined with magical results. Overlooked at its centre by Mount Hillaby, Barbados’ astonishing landscape is characterized by cascading waterfalls and perfect palm-fronted beaches.
Read our guide to playing the best golf courses in Barbados.
Best Golf Courses in BarbadosView Deals
Green Monkey, Sandy Lane
The Green Monkey one of three incredible courses at Sandy Lane, and belongs to an elite group of the world's most spectacular golf courses, alongside the likes of Pebble Beach and Kingsbarns.
- Part of the Sandy Lane Resort
- Tom Fazio course design
From the elegant clubhouse, visiting golfers will enjoy views all the way to the turquoise waters of the Caribbean from this tropical gem of a course at Royal Westmoreland.
- Stunning sea views
- Robert Trent Jones Jr course design
The club has a fantastic service throughout and establishes a new standard of excellence for the Caribbean. Both a wildlife and environmentally friendly course, it has received many high accolades.
- Over 7000 yards from the tips
- 18-hole championship course
Drive Times in Barbados
With Barbados stretching only 21 miles long and 14 miles across, it is rarely more than an hours drive to travel around the island. So take a look at the key drive times whilst visiting Barbados.
Things to do in BarbadosView Deals
Barbados boasts a wide selection of white sandy beaches with clear blue waters, where you can relax on the shores or enjoy snorkelling in the local area. Accra Beach and Sandy Lane Beach are a couple spectacular beaches that have to be mentioned, Accra is amongst one of the more popular beaches whilst Sandy Lane is where you may find the celebrities unwinding.
Bridgetown is the capital of Barbados and has a great offering of street markets and shops, on top of a fascinating choice of historic sites to explore. Enjoy your time at Bridgetown by visiting St Michael’s Cathedral and stopping by the National Heroes Square, which is home to Lord Nelson’s statue. The great thing about Bridgetown is it easy to get around by foot, then you can end your day enjoying a refreshing rum punch by the harbour at sunset.
For the ultimate Caribbean experience, check out the Virgins Ahoy trip which takes you on a crewed catamaran ride along the exclusive West Coast. Then for anyone who wants to take to the waters, there are plenty of scuba diving and snorkelling opportunities to take advantage of, to witness the spectacular sea-life in Barbados.
Flights & Weather
With plenty of direct flights to Bridgetown in Barbados, it makes the trip to the Caribbean Island that much easier. Take a look at some key flight details, with tips of when the best time of year is to travel.
Grantley Adams Airport
January - April
24 - 30° C