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All of the beaches in Barbados are beautiful. Paynes Bay Beach is no exception. However, in certain areas, the beach is narrow and sometimes inaccessible during high tides. There is only a handful of vendors that will respectfully approach you for water sport activities or...More
I got married on Paynes bay and always visit while in Barbados.The water is beautful and mostly tranquil but storms can make for a small tidal surge.
Visit the Gazebo Grill on the beach which servies ice cold drinks and delicious food.
This is where...More
Walked along to this beach while we stayed at the Tamarind hotel nearby. We went in September during the UK school term, so it was pretty quiet.
Beach was clean and safe for young ones and the water was fairly Lam, although it does drop...More
Heavy beach erosion and tidal surge makes for uncomfortable early season swimming
Early season weather conditions have made sporadic challenges to sea swimming this year
Whilst not an issue to seasoned visitors it may be a problem to young families
A lovely beach with calm, clear blue sea. There are a few rocks on the sea bed but only a few. Certainly not enough to worry about.
We parked by the bus stop opposite No.1 Sandy Lane & walked down the path to the side....More
I have just experienced this place. Not a good business model. Greeted by the sign $2 to use the bathroom. We used the sun loungers for the day and inquired about the sign, no payment was needed from us. The bartender had different ideas and...More