If you love to stroll along the sands seeking sea shells and gazing at the azure ocean then this could be the perfect Barbados beach for you. The waters here can be a little wild, although it's still accessible for swimming (there is a lifeguard on duty for the protection of visitors).
When those tides are right, you can find some great sea shells scattered along the shoreline. You can also rent a chair and parasol, lark around on a boogie board, or have a bite to eat in the shade of the trees. Likely, you will see fishing boats heading out to sea from nearby Oistins fishing village.
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