Plenty of beaches extend far beyond Bridgetown, and Mullins Beach is one of the most popular options. Located in St. Peter right on the West Coast, it's one of the northernmost and intimate beaches on the island.
Crystal blue waters encourage swimming for all where lifeguards are posted. Little ones or those with sensitive feet should wear swim shoes to avoid cutting themselves on the crushed coral. Waterskiing, jet skiing, and clear-bottom boatrides to watch the sea turtles are popular options for active beachcombers, while scenic views stir romantic notions.
Be sure to rent lounge chairs and beach umbrellas since tree coverage is limited. Toilet and shower facilities, snack bar, am acclaimed eatery, and souvenir vendors make this family friendly beach a fun day in the sun.
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