- Adults-only hideaway with only 10 rooms, the hotel feels like a luxurious secret.
- Alfresco dinners are served at Café Luna with rooftop views over the ocean.
- The hotel offers guests complimentary bike hire to explore the local coastline.
- The Little Blue Beach Bus takes guests directly from the hotel to the white sand of Enterprise Beach.
- A wide range of water sports on offer to guests, including sailing, kayaking, surfing and snorkelling.
These itineraries are designed to give you some suggestions for what is possible when you travel in Barbados, and they showcase some of the routes that we’ve found work particularly well.
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Grenada and Barbados
Spend a few days exploring the rugged and peaceful east coast of Barbados before heading to Grenada for a relaxing week at the beach in a spacious villa.
Barbados and St Vincent and the Grenadines
Experience Bridgetown on foot with a guided walking tour.
Join the locals on a Friday evening for Oistins Fish Fry.
Visit Bequia's small, quaint capital town, Port Elizabeth.
Navigate your way along the Belmont coastal walkway.
Barbados and Saint Lucia
Embark on a seafaring adventure navigating the Windward Isles onboard the Royal Clipper Sailing vessel.
Take some time to visit the historical highlights on Barbados, including St. Nicholas Abbey, Bathsheba and Holetown.
Sample some of the island's best food in Speightstown or Oistins.
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