Freights Bay

As you arrive at Freights Bay you’re greeted by a panoramic view of the turquoise waters with white-capped waves rolling in. On the cliff top are a few shaded benches and a beautifully landscaped lawn where you can watch the waves and surfers. This is also a wonderful spot for enjoying dramatic tropical sunsets. To the right is […]

Rockley Beach

Also known as Accra Beach, this very popular south coast beach offers a combination of exciting waves and calm swimming. The southern end of the beach is perfect for smaller children, as there is a pool-like area protected by rocks that break the force of the waves. For older children the thrill of boogie boarding […]

Carlisle Bay

Carlisle Bay is a crescent shaped bay and natural harbour on the west coast of Barbados. As the main harbour adjoining the capital city Bridgetown, Carlisle Bay was once full of merchant vessels, particularly those of the British. Today you’ll find catamarans and luxury yachts anchored here. Carlisle Bay is named after the Earl of Carlisle, James […]

Brownes Beach

Brownes Beach is one of the largest of Barbados’ beaches, stretching from The Boatyard in the north to Needham’s Point in the south. Located just on the outskirts of the capital city Bridgetown, the waters here are very calm making it ideal for swimming and sea bathing. A lifeguard is on duty at the beach. The white sandy beach is […]