he rustic Consett Bay
in Barbados is a lovely little bay located on the Atlantic Ocean side of the island. The sea here has strong currents, medium to large waves, lots of undertow and is very choppy. The beach is usually quite lively with a hype of activity from the locals and fishermen.
Conset Bay is a picturesque sheltered bay which is home to a quaint little fishing village and a long jetty. It is also an area rich in heritage and traditions and is a perfect photo opportunity.
Many fishing boats dock in this bay while fishermen sell their catch of the day on shore at its small fish market.
Consett Bay is located on the East Coast of Barbados in the parish of St John.
NO Swimming Recommended
Public Access to beach
Vehicular and pedestrian access
(This area is a bit difficult to reach, requires some off-road travel - 4X4 jeep recomended)
Crowd during the week:
Usually small (busy with fishermen and locals hanging out)
Crowd on weekends:
Other East Coast Beaches close by
To the south is Skeete's Bay and Ragged Point
To the north is Bath Beach
More East Coast Beaches in Barbados...
Book your Rent-a-car or scooter and check out the other beaches or take an island tour of the many sights on the east coast.
Note: Seasonal weather can cause a change in conditions
BEACH ACTIVITIES & WATERSPORTS:
Fishing / Walking / Jogging / Sun Tanning
Watersports in Barbados
Facilities usually includes: Showers / Toilets / Changing areas