Follow the coast road south out of Bridgetown towards St Lawrence and you’ll soon reach the delights of Worthing Beach. Curving ever so slightly around a shallow bay, the beach looks south towards the broad expanse of the region’s seas, while closer to shore providing shallows ideal for cooling off and exploring the coast.
Formed from white sands slipping into rock-free waters, Worthing Beach is protected by a coral reef teeming with tropical marine life, which is not only an exciting place to snorkel, but also helps shelter the beach from incoming waves.
Although there are mature palms providing some shade, beachgoers are better off renting an umbrella and beach chairs to ensure a comfortable day beneath the Caribbean sun. Should you get hungry or thirsty, you can find alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks at two or three beachside restaurants, which also boast menus dotted with fish which you can be sure have been pulled straight out of the surrounding ocean.
Type of beach
- Diving & snorkelling
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