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Things To Do!

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Things to do
There is a large supermarket in Fitts Village, which is just a short walk away. Opposite the supermarket, on the beach is the well-known Italian Restaurant, Il Tempio, with a very good beach bar for day time use. There are many other restaurants on the main coastal road between Bridgetown and Holetown including the legendary Cliff, Zaccios and Cin Cin restaurants.

Golf and cricket
For golfers there is the Sandy Lane and Royal Westmoreland golf resorts all within six miles, Sandy Lane being the venue for Tiger Wood's wedding. There is also the Barbados Golf Club on the south coast. For cricket fans the Kensington Oval is only three miles away. The beaches on Sundays are the best places to see the locals play.

There are many dive sites located along the west coast. There is no shortage of PADI instructors on the coast. They can arrange dives ranging from the beginners to the experienced. Holetown has 'West Side Scuba Centre'

There are four Polo grounds in Barbados, the nearest, two miles away at Holder's Hill behind Payne's Bay. For Horse Racing fans there is racing most Saturdays at the Garrison which is the other side of Bridgetown. Worth visiting the museum while you are there!

Trips and tours
Why not visit a Rum distillery? Go on a Mount Gay Rum Tour to see how one of the oldest rums in the world is made! You can drop in at the Cockspur Beach Club and visitor centre and spend time on their beach! Both are within three miles near Bridgetown. For the enthusiastic visitors there are Helicopter trips and even a submarine for scenic views underwater!

Me time!
For our pampered guests, you can walk along to The Waves Hotel and treat yourselves to therapies, body wraps, right down to just a manicure! On the way there you will pass the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd where you might see a tropical wedding taking place. It's a nice place to worship too.

Everything else!
If you can tear yourselves away from all these activities you can go down to the peaceful beach and swim, sunbathe, read and snorkel to your hearts content. You might even spot a turtle or two! A short walk away is Batts Rock. A scenic beach popular place for the catamaran tours to stop and swim. The other way is Paynes Bay where you will be able to hire jet skis etc. The choice is endless.