In March of 2016, Luxury Journal at Rental Escapes released a list of the best beach bars in Barbados. The list was OK but the biggest drawback was the lack of beach bars on the list. Limiting the number of beach bars to just four, it was concise, to say the least. Well, Royal Westmoreland, “a 750-acre residential community with championship golf course and leisure facilities,” decided to do them one better and upped the ante to five.
The list of best Barbados beach bars, which includes my personal must visits of Mullins and Juju’s, doesn’t include any from the Luxury Journal post, thereby resulting in a nice combo of nine Barbados beach bars for your viewing pleasure. If I had to choose between the two for a Barbados beach bar crawl, I’d go with Royal Westmoreland. For a fancy place, they seem to know their beach bars. The list includes a nice mix of beach bars from the aforementioned Juju’s and Mullins to Sharkey’s Bar at the Backyard. Preferred cocktails are also offered up at a few of the spots, or as the article describes them – “the best places on the island to order a drink as you sunbathe and watch the world go by until the sun sets.”
You can check out Royal Westmoreland’s list of best Barbados beach bars here.
For those of you who like things nice and even, you can add Little Bristol Beach Bar to your list for list of ten Barbados beach bars. There, now you’re good to go.