North Point Cove

Located at the northern-most end of Barbados is North Point Cove, a spot known for its magnificently beautiful bay and fantastic cliff-top ocean view. 

Due to its location on the Atlantic side of the island, North Point Cove Beach tends to have rough sea conditions, with serious undercurrents and large waves dominating most of the year, making it not well-suited for swimming.

However, some surfers battle the unstable conditions of this bay just fine, while the rest of us just enjoy it for its unsullied beauty.

North Point Cove can be found on the North Coast of Barbados in the parish of St Lucy.

NO SWIMMING Recommended

Public Access to beach
Pedestrian access only - No signage (requires some off road travel and walking)

Crowd during the week
Usually empty (some activity with surfers)

Crowd on weekends
Usually empty (some activity with surfers)

Other North Coast Beaches close by
To the east is River Bay 

To the west is Archer's Bay  (This bay is not easy to get to and swimming is not recommended)

The next best beach on the west for swimming is Heywoods Beach

More North Coast Beaches in Barbados...

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:Seasonal weather can cause a change in conditions


Surfing / Walking
Watersports in Barbados

Contact Info
North Point Cove
St. Lucy

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