Mullins Beach is one of the most popular of the resorts on Barbados’ west coast; located within the St. Peter parish. Visitors looking to spend their holidays in Mullins Beach will be sure of a wonderfully exotic holiday on this island paradise. To cater for the island’s steady influx of tourists throughout the year, there is a wide range of self catering accommodation available, mainly in the form of villas and apartments, many of which have private pools and boast spectacular views of the island’s beaches.
For visitors looking to enjoy their well anticipated holidays in Mullins Beach, there are a wide range of watersports available, including jet-skiing, windsurfing and banana boat riding. For diving enthusiasts, there are a number of assisted scuba diving expeditions. For those just wishing to while away the time in a more relaxed manner whilst they are on their holidays in Mullins beach, there are a number of loungers, shaded by palm trees from the midday sun, where they are able to admire the turquoise sea and catch up on their latest novel. The beach bar is conveniently located for daytime refreshments or evening nightcaps.
For those spending their holidays in Mullins Beach who wish to venture further afield from the resort itself, the island of Barbados boasts all the tourist activities and amenities your could ever desire. There are a large number of hire car firms on the island, allowing you to explore this relatively compact island at your own leisure. You will then find that the majority of the island’s pinkish white sandy beaches are to be found on its western and southern coast. Those visitors enjoying their holidays in Mullins Beach who are looking for general and duty free shopping opportunities will best head towards the island’s capital, Bridgetown or Speightstown. The Saint Lawrence Gap is renowned for its lively nightlife.
Most tourists looking to spend their holidays in Mullins Beach, Barbados, will be aware that the island enjoys a moderate tropical climate. Due to its location, set further east into the Atlantic Ocean, than the main Caribbean island groups, it is usually spared the region’s hurricanes and tropical storms. The island does have a wet season between June and November, when the island receives the majority of it average annual rainfall of 60 inches. The drier season in Barbados occurs between December and May. Temperatures tend to be pretty constant throughout the year reaching a maximum of around 32 degrees Celsius in mid summer.
Travellers looking to spend their holidays in Mullin Beach will fly to Grantley Adams International Airport (BGI), just outside Bridgetown. There are a number of Airlines offering regular flights to Barbados, including British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Thomson Airways. These flights depart from such UK airports as London Gatwick (LGW), Manchester (MAN) and Birmingham (BHX).