he lovely Cobblers Cove Beach
, locally called Cholera Beach
, is a beautiful west coast bay with a somewhat rustic feel to it.
At this beach the water is calm and crystal clear with little to no undertow.
Cooblers Cove beach is perfect for swimming and snorkeling, and has quite a bit of watersports activities.
Located on the beachfront is Cobblers Cove Hotel
, this property divides the beach into two bays depending on the tide.
To the north (right) of the property facilitates its guest with chair and umbrella rentals, while the north end tends to attract locals from the area.
Cobblers Cove Beach / Cholera Beach can be found on the Caribbean side of the island, on the North-west Coast
of Barbados in the parish of St James.CAUTION - DO NOT TOUCH the Manchineel Tree or its Fruits. (POISONOUS - Causes BLISTERS) - DO NOT STAND UNDER the Manchineel Tree when it’s raining. (liquid from tree may cause BLISTERING) (The tree has green shiny leaves - The fruit is small apple–shaped – The tree is usually marked by red bands) - Where there is wateresports activities persons should be cautious when entering outside the area marked with orange coloured buoysPublic access to beach:
Vehicular and Pedestrian access
Crowd during the week
Empty to Small
Crowd on weekends
Small Other West Coast Beaches closeby
Located to the north is Mullins Beach
To the south is Kings Beach / St. Peter's Bay
. More West Coast Beaches in Barbados...Remember to visit some of the other attractions and Nightlife around the island via a Rent-a-car, or get to know the rest of Barbados on a guided island tour.
Note: Seasonal weather can cause a change in conditions
BEACH ACTIVITIES & WATERSPORTS:
Snorkeling / Swimming / Waterskiing / Sunfish sailing / Windsurfing / Kayaking / Jet Skiing / Sun Tanning
Watersports in Barbados
Facilities usually includes: Showers / Toilets / Changing areas