Pebbles Beach is located just on the outskirts of Bridgetown on the south coast, close to Bayview Hospital, George Washington House, and the Garrison Savannah historic area.
Things to Do
Pebbles Beach currently has a children’s play area, benches for picnics and there is a lifeguard on duty.
Pebbles Beach is a beautiful beach for swimming and the beach on the other side of the Hilton Hotel is a turtle-nesting beach, which is used as an indicator beach for the Caribbean region.
Conservationists work hard to maintain the natural vegetation of this beach so that it continues to be an ideal ground for turtles to lay eggs.
If you swim in this area you are bound to see a turtle or two who like to be petted and possibly swim with you.
Cuz’s Fish Stand is a famous Lunch location for many visitors and visitors to the island.
— Picnic tables
— Turtle nesting beach
— Children’s play area
From Bridgetown head along the south coast road towards Oistins, just past the Barbados Yacht Club, turn right just before the Texaco gas station. This will take you down to the car park, next door to the Hilton Hotel.
View the location of the beach on our Barbados Interactive Map.
By: Brett Callaghan