St. Lawrence Gap - Beaches
Beaches In The Gap
The wide and expansive beach is popular for a variety of watersports including Hobie Cat sailing, jetskiing, boogie boarding and even windsurfing.
The sea is exceptionally shallow at low tide and you can walk out a long way while the water barely reaches your knees. The reef which borders and protects the bay is an interesting place to snorkel, with unique rock formations and schools of tropical fish.
At the quiet eastern end of St. Lawrence Gap a sandy track leads to this lovely stretch of beach known as Turtle Beach.
Relax under the palm trees bordering the beach, grab a drink at the beachfront bar, learn to surf or stroll along the beach collecting seashells... it's all a great way to spend the day at Rainbow Beach!
Like most beaches on the south coast of Barbados, the sea at Maxwell beach is a bit lively. However the waters are still calm enough for safe swimming, even for supervised children.
Located on the south coast of Barbados is the beautiful white sandy beach of Worthing. The sea in this area offers a multitude of delights for all sea lovers!