Enjoy the rugged coastal scenery along that
stretches almost the entire east coast of Barbados. It takes
around 1 1/2 hours to hike to Bath and along the way you will
pass one of the oldest fishing ports on the east coast
- Consets Bay.
Hikers will be taken accross coastal cliffs, to “tropical
forests” and gullies. Cross the College Savannah and
follow the coast where the old train line from the 1800's
The other option is to bike
it to Bath, a quick 1/2 hour ride on a mountain bike will
get you to the lovely east coast Bath beach.
Bath beach is located in the parish
of St.John near Codrington
College, nestled below Hackleton's cliff rising perpendicularly
within a few miles of the coastline and reaching a height
of one thousand feet above sea-level.
Bath is one of the best kept
secrets in Barbados, visited mainly by locals especially
on Bank Holidays.
There is a lifeguard on duty and a red flag
is displayed when the sea is too dangerous for swimming.
There is an excellent changing room with toilets
and an outdoor showers.
Another wonderful thing to experience is horse riding along
Bath beach. Miles of great riding action with cool Atlantic
Coast breeze to cool you down.
Rides are usually 1 ½ hrs - for under USD$ 100.00