- Address: Bridgetown, Barbados
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 05:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Family And Kids, Nature, Unesco Site
Carlisle Bay - Review
Named after the Earl of Carlisle, James Hay, who was recognized as the Lord Proprietor of Barbados back in 1600 s, the Carlisle bay lies in the heart of the UNESCO World Heritage. The crescent shaped bay is a natural harbor on the west coast in Barbados rich with marine life. Carlisle bay is home to a marine park that features ideal spots for scuba diving and snorkeling. The tranquilizing water of the beach is just apt for sunbathing and swimming. There are ample of restaurants and bars that will add to your entertainment on the beach.
Carlisle Bay Information
- There are showers, toilets and changing rooms at the bay.
- Parking is available.
- You can rent beach chairs and umbrellas at the beach.
- Lifeguards are provided as a safety measure.
- Do not litter on the beach. Keep it clean.
How To reach Carlisle Bay by Public Transport
- Bus: Princess Alice Bus Terminal
- Fairchild Street Bus Terminal
- Hire a car
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Things to Know Before Visiting Carlisle Bay
82.08% of people who visit Bridgetown include Carlisle Bay in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
42.7% of people start their Carlisle Bay visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 5 Hrs to see Carlisle Bay
94.25% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Carlisle Bay
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Carlisle Bay, Bridgetown Reviews
Beautiful beach. Silky white sand in and out of the water. Calm water. Stunning, but a very busy beach. Sellers are out in full force here. If you want to stay out of the crowds then walk south from Bridgetown - towards Pebbles beach. Recommended for a day you want to people watch and just chill by the beach all day. A bunch of places to eat along the beach too if you get hungry. A short swim out towards the centre of the bay and you’ll reach a wreck that is just 10 ft below the water. Nothing like you’ll ever see. It’s worth the swim!
Best spot to swim, snorkle and even get some fun going like banana rides, glass bottom boat, Sea-Doo rides for a price. The beach itself us clean and if the finest sand and you can even rent chairs and umbreaklas so bring cash
a public long white sand beach with safe swimming and several beachside bars. deckchair/sunshade hire all along it
A little rough but doable
Really nice beach, white sand and blue calm water. Water sports and boat trips available. You might get hassled a bit by jewelry sellers or water sports people but not too much. If you there early you might get better deals on snorkeling or water sports.