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Enterprise Beach looks great in pictures, but it is also good for swimming.
South Coast, Oistins, Barbados
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This used to be my favourite beach. Now it’s just run down despite the brown seaweed. Oistens too used to be nice but its has gone down too ... sad

Thank Therese D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

After being told by friends this was one of their favourites and our guide book said it was a " must go to top beach"......... We were staying on the south coast Maxwell Coast area for 6 days and took a bus to see for...More

2  Thank Stuart S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Even though it's a beautiful beach with blue and turquoise waters, right on the beach you see beautiful trees with different shapes of roots that grow above ground, there is a lot of seaweed you have to get through to get to the cleaner water....More

2  Thank sal p
Reviewed 10 July 2018

Beautiful beaches!!!!! The water was so blue and warm, not too busy when I was there which was nice.

Thank emeldajohnson
Reviewed 2 July 2018 via mobile

Being in Barbados for more than a month I have explored several parts of the island and yesterday I went to know Oistins area and the famous enterprise (Miami) beach and I was totally surprised by the amount of seaweed at the shore. People in...More

1  Thank Laura V
Reviewed 24 June 2018

A lovely beach was staying on the west coast and went for the day with the family. We hired the sun loungers and the umbrellas for the day. It wasn't too busy and a nice mix of people swimming and relaxing/liming. The food van was...More

Thank deedee967
Reviewed 19 June 2018

If you are an early riser like I am, the best time to go to this beach is between 5am and 7am....you get to enjoy the seclusion and quality to rejuvenate. Don't forget your suntan lotion.

1  Thank Rosina V
Reviewed 15 June 2018

It’s hard not to give Miami Beach a good review. Usually not to crowded. Nice mix of locals, and tourists. They are still fighting with some of the seaweed that is hitting Barbados, and the Caribbean. We still enjoyed our time there.

Thank Tina S
Reviewed 12 June 2018 via mobile

Enterprise beach is located on the South tip of the island and can experience calm seas that are favourable for swimming.

Thank rayrest
Reviewed 10 June 2018

Never too busy. Great for showing up an hour before going to Oistins for supper, and having a beer and dicking about in the waves. Safe, fun and easy to park at. Watch the planes come in.

Thank simon b
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29 April 2018|
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Response from Neil C | Reviewed this property |
non in mid Feb- seats were still 20 bajan - food VAN in corner was still good and the beers were very cold !!!
31 January 2018|
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There was a change in government ,unfortunately I understand there is a lack of funds and the sargassum seaweed has once again inundated the beaches, especially on the east/south coasts. The government seems to be more... More