Mullins Beach lies directly off the island’s Highway 1B. Located in the northwest of Barbados, it forms the majority of the gently curving coastline of Mullins Bay.
Sloping slightly into the bay’s turquoise waters, much of Mullins Beach is backed by a wall of vegetation, separating from the main road and its well-sized car park. However, it’s southern end meets a series of private villas and its far north is dominated by low cliffs.
Although the mature Casuarina trees provide ample shade for most of the day, many beachgoers opt to rent an umbrella, in addition to a beach chair or sun lounger.
Swimmers and snorkellers have their own marked off area, while the deeper water is a popular spot for jet skis. These machines are just one way to get your adrenaline fix, alongside other water sports such as kayaking. Those in a more relaxed frame of mind still keen to exploit their presence on the water can instead take a ride on a glass-bottomed boat.
When it comes to refreshments, the place to be seen is Mullins Restaurant & Beach Bar, whose tables provide yet another angle from which to take in the beach’s glorious vistas.
- Diving & snorkelling
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