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Located in the Worthing area in Christ Church, Sandy Beach is calm and clear with safe shallow waters. It is an ideal location for picnics especially with young children.
If you visit at low tide, the tide may be out and you can explore the reef for creatures that live and hide there.
Be warned, wear swimming shoes, the reef can be sharp and sea urchins can be very prickly! If you visit at high tide it's great for snorkelling.
There is easy access to this beach and parking is available at a nearby parking lot or on the beach itself. Food and drinks are readily accessible at terrace beach bars. Jet-skis and windsurfing facilities are sometimes available, as well as chair and umbrella rentals.
And day or night why not enjoy great food at this funkie little restaurant... a wonderful place while away a few hours with friends and a cold beer!!
Sandy Beach is indeed a picturesque lagoon and well worth a visit.
Especially at sunset... enjoy!!
Along Enterprise Road heading towards South Point you will find another fine stretch of beach and beautiful crystal clear water. This is Enterprise/Miami Beach, it is very popular among locals. This lively location is fringed by a row of Casuarina trees creating a lovely shaded rest area.
A definite gathering area for the school children on summer holidays and families can be found in large numbers, especially during bank holidays. There is a slight remnant of a type of coastal forest, thorn scrub covers some of the low level sea rocks in this area.
Wind-blown whitewood and manchineel trees are dotted around. The Manchineel trees boast a tempting little "apple type fruit", these should under no circumstance be eaten or even touched, they are poisonous and can be fatal.
There is adequate parking and plenty of shade and food is also available nearby. This is a perfect spot for a picnic.
Here you will experience a typical wind-swept coast, the sand is fine and is blown into dunes which are stabilised by vegetation. These include the sea yam, seaside bean and the spurge.
This is an excellent beach for wind-surfing, the long, luxuriously wide expanse of white sandy beach is a beauty. The sea has medium waves, but a strong undertow, with excellent conditions for windsurfing, particularly intermediate and advanced. It is located on the southern most part of Barbados right opposite the Silver Rock Hotel, which has recently reopened after refurbishment as an Adventure Sports Centre. World ranked native windsurfer Brian Talma has a new Windsurfing Academy at the Centre.
A windsurfing equipment shop is located at Silver Rock, this beach has International fame as some of the worlds greatest windsurfers come to enjoy their sport.
Annually Silver Sands hosts the first leg of the PWA World Cup Tour. Our local "boys" are up there with the best, allowing Barbados to feature in the International Stakes!
After Chancery Lane south of the airport the cliff-bound coastline extends for about five kilometers. There are numerous attractive little rocky coves that extend from the northern corner of Long Bay.
Long Beach stretches for more than a mile from Inch Marlow Point to the cliffs at Paragon. A great discovery because it is seldom visited, either by locals or visitors. This desolate spot has a very private setting, it is surrounded by 'rab' land and jagged cliffs. The nearby Long Beach Club has some facilities, otherwise, the beach has only solitude to offer!
It is however debatable how long this will remain so, as plans are afoot for houses, shops and recreational facilities.
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