t Shark’s Hole Bay
there are no sharks as the name might imply, but it is home to a gorgeous little secluded hideaway with aquamarine tranquil waters and soft pink sand.
This protected cove is arguably the most serene beach on the southeastern coastline and is probably the smallest bay as well.
Shark’s Hole beach has amazingly calm shallow waters with no undertow, and is almost enclosed like a big natural pool by the reef located a short distance from the shore.
This beach is surrounded by low sea-cliffs and fronts a vacation villa, while featuring interesting rock formations seaside and a meticulously landscape grounds dotted with swaying coconut trees Cliffside.
Shark’s Hole Bay is a nice beach for snorkeling with lots of sealife, especially along the reef and the base of cliff’s ledge.
Shark’s Hole Bay Beach can be found on the Atlantic Ocean side of the island, on the Southeast Coast
of Barbados in the parish of St Philip.
Public Access to beach
Vehicular and pedestrian access
(need to go down a short set of stairs to get on to the beach
Crowd during the week
Usually empty (some activity with guest at the villa, or sometimes in the evening with locals from the area)
Crowd on weekends
Small (with local kids from the area)
Other Southeast Coast Beaches close by
To the north are Long Bay
, Harrismith Beach
and Bottom Bay
To the south are Beachy Head Bay
, Ginger Bay
and Crane Beach More Southeast Coast Beaches in Barbados...Hire a Car and visit some of the other attractions and Nightlife around the island, or discover the rest of Barbados on a guided island tour.
Note: Seasonal weather can cause a change in conditions
BEACH ACTIVITIES & WATERSPORTS:
Swimming / Snorkeling / Walking / Sun Tanning
Watersports in Barbados
Facilities usually includes: Showers / Toilets / Changing areas