We visited briefly; sunbathers were literally stuck up under the branches of the trees which surround the bay- there's a steep and beautiful sand beach, but the waves come crashing in and sweep all the way up the beach, leaving you no dry spot to lay. There's a sign saying "swim at your own risk" or something of the sort, so it's not so good for kids. There were only two people in the water, and about 25 cars in the lot. There's always parking there in the lot, which is unusual for a north shore beach. Look for the Noni tree and fruit on your walk down the path- it's called noni in Hawaii, but "dog dumpling" on Barbados... not sure what the locals call it. You can't miss it- the white ovoid fruits are stinky!
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