Barbados In A Nutshell 2019 - 2020

118 Beaches South Coast Beaches Small to medium waves, except Carlisle Bay and Sandy Beach lagoon which are both very calm. Good conditions for body surfing, surfing, wind and kitesurfing. Carlisle Bay: A stunning, long, wide crescent of powdery white sand stretching from Bridgetown to the Hilton Hotel. A great beach to watch the sunset. Home to the Carlisle Bay Marine Reserve , a haven for snorkelers and beginner scuba divers, with six amazing shipwrecks and an abundance of marine life. A variety of watersports and turtle tours are available, as well as the hugely popular hydro flight jet packs from Jetblade (call Devon at 236 7680). Umbrellas and sun loungers for rent at Harbour Lights and Lobster Alive along with drinks and food – sit with your toes in the sand and devour a freshly cooked lobster! Accra Beach (Rockley Beach): Very popular – lots of activity, food stalls, parking, beach chair, umbrella & boogie board rentals. Good for body surfing and body watching! The western end is notorious for dangerous currents. Pick up a fresh grilled fish lunch from Just Grillin’ at Quayside. Hastings: There are some lovely, shallow swimming areas along the Richard Haynes Boardwalk, Open Wed to Sun From 12pm ClosedMon &Tue Tel: (246) 426 4434 Aquatic Gap, Garrison Historic Area, St. Michael Dipper’s Beach Bar “On one of Barbados’ best beaches.” Located at the Barbados Cruising Club on Pebbles Beach, Dipper’s is the place to relax and enjoy a cold drink and tasty affordable food while enjoying the clear water and golden sands of Carlisle Bay. Cruising Club members receive a 15% discount. Non-members are welcome. Regular activities include the Wednesday Quiz Night and Sunday evening acoustic music sets. On the last Saturday of each month the terrace comes alive with the sounds of Sunset Jazz.