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Mullins Bay is located in St. Peter`s parish, on the northwestern coast of Barbados. It has one of the most popular and most attractive beaches on Barbados. The bay is very picturesque and it is a fantastic spot for making memorable photographs. The crystal-clear waters of the Caribbean Sea also add to the charm, and the long sandy beach is soft, clean and ideal for sunbathing. Mullins Bay Beach is very popular for taking long romantic sunset walks, for swimming, snorkeling and having picnics. There is a nice and well equipped beach bar behind the Mullins Bay Beach where you can refresh with a cocktail or get a snack. The beach is also an ideal spot for families, with lots of beach facilities and beach fun for children.
Mullins Bay has an ideal weather during the entire year, so it can be visited in any season of the year. The average temperature is around 30 C all year long, so even the winter months are pleasant for swimming and sunbathing.
On Mullins Bay you will always find calm sea and clear blue waters. Because of the fact that Mullins Bay is eighteen kilometers away from the Barbados capital city Bridgetown, it is usually less crowded than other popular beaches close by. Mullins Bay Beach had some problems with limited parking in the past, but Barbados responded great to this issue and today you will find a very spacious car park right across the road of Mullins Bay. If you are situated in the capital of Bridgetown, there is a regular bus line that stops right on the Mullins Bay Beach. The bus trip lasts for about half an hour.
On Mullins Bay Beach there is very limited natural shade, so renting an umbrella is advisable. The beach is well equipped and sun loungers are also available for hire. The sea waters are very warm and the swimming area is clearly marked. There are lifeguards constantly on duty, so there is nothing to worry about. Children and people with tender feet should consider wearing water shoes as there are some corals on the sea floor.
Mullins Bay Beach also has showers, changing rooms, as well as toilets. There is also one nice eatery and a few snack vendors selling tasty snacks. Mullins Bay had beach erosions in the last few years, and sometimes the beach goes through natural changes over the years. However, local beach reports are always informing tourists about possible changes of conditions so you have nothing to worry about.
When it comes to water sports jet skiing is a popular option along several other motorized activities. One of the most interesting tours you can go on is taking a ride on a boat with a glass bottom and observing corals and sea turtles. Riding inflatable boats, waterskiing, riding pedaloes and kayaking are also very popular activities. Inflated icebergs and water trampolines are especially attractive for youngsters who enjoy climbing and jumping into the warm sea waters.