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.