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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
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
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
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
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.
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
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 concerned with the situations on the West/Gold Coast and less so with the rest of the island.