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East coast of Barbados
Scotland District,

Traveling from Cove bay through the Scotland District, you will enjoy panoramic views of the east coast.

 

Years ago the Barbados landscape was dotted with windmills, now most are derelict however Morgan Lewis is one of the few complete windmills in the Caribbean. Originally built in 1776, the mill has been lovingly restored by the Barbados National Trust

Morgan Lewis one of the few complete windmills in the Caribbean

  Accommadation Barbados Skeetes Bay Bath Beach
 
The East Coast is renown for its  surfing It is however a surfers paradise and home to the Soup Bowl' which hosts many international surfing events. We enjoyed watching the surfers from our lunch stop at the Round House in Bathsheba. One of the oldest hotels on the east coast.
The East Coast is renown for its rugged 'chalky mount' terrain and rough seas.

 

The East Coast is renown for its rugged 'chalky mount' terrain, miles of untouched, windswept coastline and rough seas. Swimming here can be dangerous and is not recommended.

Scotland District
Chalky  Mount
Bathsheba is popular with all of our visitors and there are some interesting places to eat, from local roadside cafes, to lovely old hotels with excellent food such as the one below.

Bathsheba is popular with all of our visitors

Brother Graham from Dr Creflo Dollar's World Changers Ministry visits Barbados
Built in the 1800's this beautifully located hotel enjoys stunning views of the Atlantic and is known for its excellent local cuisine and tropical fruit punch.

The Steam Railway line was opened in 1881 and use to run along the east coast from Bellplaine to Bridgetown, transporting people and goods to the capital.

Unfortunately it stopped running in 1937 but the old tracks can still be seen and it remains a popular hike for locals and visitors alike from Bathsheba to Bath.

Brother Graham from Dr Creflo Dollar's World Changers Ministry visits Barbados  seen here at Bathsheba

Bath Beach Barbados

Bath beach is well worth a visit. There are clean toilet and shower facilities with a modern snack shop.

The beach gives acces to about 2 miles of sand and offers safe swiming on the Eastern Coast of Basrbados.

Bath is only a 10 minute drive from The WISH Centre and part of our Hike

This is one of Barbados' best kept secrets.

The beach is frequented mostly by locals and is one of our favourite destinations.

Seen here Dr Brenda Caldwell during her stay in Barbados.

Dr B at Bath Beach

Pastor Abraham and Jenny at Bath beach

"Therefore in the east give glory to the LORD; exalt the name of the LORD, the God of Israel, in the islands of the sea. "

The Island Tour can either continue onto the Parish of St John with a stop at the ancient St John's Parish church.

Or from this location you can head inland to visit the world famous Harrison's Cave

 
 
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