Heywoods Beach

Heywoods Beach Just on the outskirts of Speightstown is Heywoods Beach, a popular beach in Barbados with the northern crowd, situated beachfront to the Almond Beach Village Hotel Resort and next to the Port St Charles Marina.

Heywoods beach is lined with trees for shade, and experiences clear waters and small waves most of the year with very little undertow

This golden sandy beach is nice for swimming and snorkeling, with areas of shallow natural reef pools close to shore for both kids and adults to enjoy.

Heywoods beach also has some watersports activity, and attracts both locals and visitors on the island, especially guest from the hotel.

For those who might need something to nibble on, there is food and drinks available in the area.

Heywoods Beach can be found on the Caribbean Sea side of the island, on the North-west Coast  of Barbados in the parish of St Peter.

Where there are water-sport activities persons should be cautious when entering outside the area marked with orange coloured buoys

Public Access to beach
Vehicular and Pedestrian access

Crowd during the week
Usually small

Crowd on weekends
Small to medium

Other West Coast Beaches closeby
To the north: Six Men's Bay

To the south: Speightstown Bay

More West Coast Beaches in Barbados...

Don't forget to visit some of the other attractions and Nightlife around the island via a Rent-a-car, or discover the rest of Barbados on a guided island tour 

:Seasonal weather can cause a change in conditions


Snorkeling / Swimming / Jet Skiing / Sunfish Sailing / Walking / Sun Tanning
Watersports in Barbados


Lifeguard Facilities Beach Rentals Vendors Benches Play Park Parking
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Facilities usually includes: Showers / Toilets / Changing areas

Wheelchair Access Phone Booth Rangers Picnic Tables Hair Braiding Shaded Areas
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Located on the outskirts of Speightstown area
(At the north end)
North of Bridgetown, Holetown & Speightstown shopping area and South of Six Mens Bay & Port St Charles Marina

Travel north on Spring Garden Highway
Take the 1st exit at the Round-about onto Highway 1 (west coast road)
Travel Highway 1 pass Sunset Crest, Holetown, Folkestone Marine Park, Mullins area and Speightstown shopping area until you see Public Access signpost on left.
(At the north end of Speightstown shopping area & Queen St.)

Travel south along Highway 1B
Look for Public Access sign on the right
(Vehicular & Pedestrian entrance between Almond Beach Village & Port St Charles)

Contact Info
Heywoods Beach
St Peter

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