The Mullins Bay area
The villa is between Holetown and Speightstown, and is in walking distance of Mullins beach, where you can hire out jet ski's or take a short boat trip to see the turtles. The beach has sun loungers for hire and has a nice beach front restaurant, serving ice cold cocktail drinks, and good meals.
We may be able to arrange a day membership pass for two adults for the private members Sugar Cane Club Hotel & Spa. This includes discount off food and Spa treatments, use of Gym & Squash Court and includes use of their beach facilities at Lower Carlton, please ask for pricing.
The Parish of Saint Peter is one of eleven parishes in Barbados. It's one of only two that extends to both the east and west coast.
To see the Barbados Green Monkey, visit the Barbados Wildlife Reserve which is across the road from Farley Hill National Park.
Beaches: Barbados' crystal clear waters are cool enough to refresh but warm enough to relax in and sip on an ice cold drink like a rum punch or lemonade made with freshly squeezed limes and Barbados sugar.
Historic Houses of Barbados: As you travel around the island you will see many examples of the Chattel House, a distinct form of architecture that is unique to Barbados. The design of these small wooden houses dates back to Emancipation, when the former slaves were allowed to build a house on a piece of plantation land.
Restaurants: One of the culinary delights is undoubtedly the high quality local fish. The fishing industry in Barbados has been well managed to meet the ever growing demand of the restaurants. You can sample Flying Fish, Barracuda, King Fish, Tuna, Marlin and Snapper, enjoy.
Car hire please contact www.topclassrentals.com
Activities near Mullins Bay
A winter sun break
Good night life
Port St Charles, Mullins beach and Cobblers Cove are close at hand and sports enthusiasts will be happy to hear that both Sandy Lane and Royal Westmorland golf courses along with the David Lloyd tennis centre at Sugar Hill are a short drive away.
The Barbados "Platinum Coast," which extends through Saint Peter from the parish of Saint James just to the south, has helped to make Saint Peter a tourist hot spot. The parish is surrounded with white-sandy beaches including the world famous Mullins Beach. It contains many rolling hills and terraces some of which are still covered by sugar cane, which was the island's chief cash crop during its colonial period