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Easy breezy Barbados honeymoons

After the exciting whirlwind of getting married, your honeymoon gives you the perfect opportunity to relax, reflect and enjoy each other’s company. And where better to unwind than Barbados? Idolised for its stunning sands, this Caribbean island is the perfect setting for sunset strolls and soothing massages on the beach – but there’s plenty to do here, too. Whether you’re looking for a laidback break or an adventure-filled getaway, a Barbados honeymoon serves up a dreamy start to married life.  

When you’re planning your honeymoon to Barbados, you’ll be spoiled for choice on where to stay. You can look forward to dining delights and plush suites at Sandals Barbados. Indulge in oceanfront luxury when you stay at Fairmont Royal Pavilion. Or choose Sandy Lane Hotel for wonderful golf courses and therapeutic spa treatments. And, since you’re celebrating, why not request some special experiences while you’re there? The concierge could arrange a romantic dinner for two on the beach, or the chefs could make you up a Champagne picnic, to enjoy in a secluded spot.

If you can bear to leave your resort, you’ll find a wide range of activities available in Barbados. Nature-loving couples can snorkel with tropical fish, dive among coral-covered shipwrecks, and head into the tangled jungle in search of monkeys. The beaches here serve up a variety of watersports, too, so you can try fun activities like jet-skiing, wake-boarding and kitesurfing – or you could simply paddle across the blue waters in a kayak for two. Whatever you’re into, you’ll never be short of things to do. Speak to our experts, and start planning your dream Barbados honeymoon.

Best hotels

Beaches

Activities

Best time to go

Best honeymoon hotels

Barbados is home to some incredibly romantic resorts, just perfect for your honeymoon. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive escape, take a look at Sandals Barbados. Exclusively for adults, this tranquil resort boasts a luxury spa, 11 incredible restaurants, and the longest and largest lagoon pool in Barbados. And the stylish suites come with five-star touches, like bubbling hot tubs, four-poster beds and butler service.

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Fairmont Royal Pavilion is another popular choice for Barbados honeymoons. Brushed by a picture-perfect beach, this idyllic hotel offers a collection of romantic rooms, suites and villas. Everything here revolves around the resort’s fantastic oceanfront location. Request a relaxing massage in your sea-view room, sip fruity concoctions at the weekly cocktail night on the beach, or enjoy a candle-lit dinner for two on the white sands.
Or, take a look at the luxurious Sandy Lane Hotel. This beautiful retreat is ideal for honeymooners seeking a golf and spa combination. Tee off on world-renowned courses, unwind with rejuvenating treatments, and end your day with a delicious dinner at one of four exceptional restaurants.

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Romantic beaches

Once you see the island’s beaches, it immediately becomes clear why Barbados honeymoons are so popular. These sandy swathes are some of the best in the Caribbean, with impossibly blue waters, sugary sands and nodding palm trees. And, since all the beaches in Barbados are public, you can visit any one you choose.

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If you’re looking for a sleepy spot for a romantic picnic, Bottom Bay is our pick of the bunch. On Barbados’ south-east coast, this idyllic stretch feels like a tropical hideaway thanks to its dramatic cliffs and palm-lined sands. And the calm waters are ideal for swimming. Why not ask your hotel to make you up a basket of treats – along with a bottle of bubbly, of course – and toast your marriage on this picturesque beach?

Meanwhile, on the island’s west coast, Sandy Lane Beach is the place to go for stunning sunsets. Stroll along the sands hand-in-hand and watch the sky turn candyfloss pink, as the sun sinks below the horizon.

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Activities for two

You’ll never be short of things to do in beautiful Barbados. Unsurprisingly, most activities take place on the island’s white-sand beaches, where you can swim in bath-warm waters and snorkel with tropical fish. If you’re both into diving, why not spend a day in Carlisle Bay? Near Bridgetown, this marine park has six shipwrecks hidden in its depths, where you’ll be able to see all kinds of underwater life, including turtles, octopi, sea horses and a variety of fish. Alternatively, if you’d prefer to keep your head above water, hop on a glass-bottomed boat and admire the marine life from above.

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If you’re a pair of adrenaline junkies, you’ll find plenty of heart-pumping activities on your Barbados honeymoon. You can try all kinds of watersports, ranging from kitesurfing and jet-skiing, to wake-boarding and windsurfing. Or you could venture into the jungle on a 4x4 tour in search of exotic parrots and playful monkeys.  

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Best time to visit Barbados

If you’re planning a winter wedding, your timing couldn’t be better – because Barbados is at its best between December and early April. At this time of year, you can look forward to dry days and toasty temperatures averaging 30°C. You’ll have perfect conditions for romantic walks on the beach, swimming in the sea, and enjoying cocktails in the sun.

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If you’re getting married in the spring or summer, though, a honeymoon to Barbados is still a great option. In May, June and November, this Caribbean isle sees daytime temperatures in the high twenties. And, because you’ll be there outside high season, the beaches will be much quieter. Tempting though it might be to book your Barbados honeymoon for summer, this is best avoided – hurricane season runs from July to October.

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Best hotels

Best honeymoon hotels

Barbados is home to some incredibly romantic resorts, just perfect for your honeymoon. If you’re looking for an all-inclusive escape, take a look at Sandals Barbados. Exclusively for adults, this tranquil resort boasts a luxury spa, 11 incredible restaurants, and the longest and largest lagoon pool in Barbados. And the stylish suites come with five-star touches, like bubbling hot tubs, four-poster beds and butler service.

Show More
Show Less

Fairmont Royal Pavilion is another popular choice for Barbados honeymoons. Brushed by a picture-perfect beach, this idyllic hotel offers a collection of romantic rooms, suites and villas. Everything here revolves around the resort’s fantastic oceanfront location. Request a relaxing massage in your sea-view room, sip fruity concoctions at the weekly cocktail night on the beach, or enjoy a candle-lit dinner for two on the white sands.
Or, take a look at the luxurious Sandy Lane Hotel. This beautiful retreat is ideal for honeymooners seeking a golf and spa combination. Tee off on world-renowned courses, unwind with rejuvenating treatments, and end your day with a delicious dinner at one of four exceptional restaurants.

Show More
Show Less

Beaches

Romantic beaches

Once you see the island’s beaches, it immediately becomes clear why Barbados honeymoons are so popular. These sandy swathes are some of the best in the Caribbean, with impossibly blue waters, sugary sands and nodding palm trees. And, since all the beaches in Barbados are public, you can visit any one you choose.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re looking for a sleepy spot for a romantic picnic, Bottom Bay is our pick of the bunch. On Barbados’ south-east coast, this idyllic stretch feels like a tropical hideaway thanks to its dramatic cliffs and palm-lined sands. And the calm waters are ideal for swimming. Why not ask your hotel to make you up a basket of treats – along with a bottle of bubbly, of course – and toast your marriage on this picturesque beach?

Meanwhile, on the island’s west coast, Sandy Lane Beach is the place to go for stunning sunsets. Stroll along the sands hand-in-hand and watch the sky turn candyfloss pink, as the sun sinks below the horizon.

Show More
Show Less

Activities

Activities for two

You’ll never be short of things to do in beautiful Barbados. Unsurprisingly, most activities take place on the island’s white-sand beaches, where you can swim in bath-warm waters and snorkel with tropical fish. If you’re both into diving, why not spend a day in Carlisle Bay? Near Bridgetown, this marine park has six shipwrecks hidden in its depths, where you’ll be able to see all kinds of underwater life, including turtles, octopi, sea horses and a variety of fish. Alternatively, if you’d prefer to keep your head above water, hop on a glass-bottomed boat and admire the marine life from above.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re a pair of adrenaline junkies, you’ll find plenty of heart-pumping activities on your Barbados honeymoon. You can try all kinds of watersports, ranging from kitesurfing and jet-skiing, to wake-boarding and windsurfing. Or you could venture into the jungle on a 4x4 tour in search of exotic parrots and playful monkeys.  

Show More
Show Less

Best time to go

Best time to visit Barbados

If you’re planning a winter wedding, your timing couldn’t be better – because Barbados is at its best between December and early April. At this time of year, you can look forward to dry days and toasty temperatures averaging 30°C. You’ll have perfect conditions for romantic walks on the beach, swimming in the sea, and enjoying cocktails in the sun.

Show More
Show Less

If you’re getting married in the spring or summer, though, a honeymoon to Barbados is still a great option. In May, June and November, this Caribbean isle sees daytime temperatures in the high twenties. And, because you’ll be there outside high season, the beaches will be much quieter. Tempting though it might be to book your Barbados honeymoon for summer, this is best avoided – hurricane season runs from July to October.

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