Six Men’s Bay
Six Men’s Bay is located on the west coast of the island, in the parish of St. Peter and is one of the quieter beaches in the area.
Here you will find fishermen going about the business of repairing boats and even building them here on the beach.
When souvenir shopping you will see many prints available to purchase of this quaint little fishing bay, it is one of the most depicted portraits of the island.
Things to Do
Six Men’s Beach is also home to the Six Men’s Fishing Complex. This operates as a fish-processing hall for fisherman of the west coast. Members of the general public are welcome to come and purchase fresh fish from that day’s catch.
There is a rest room and a shower for rinsing off.
From Spring Garden Highway, at the Frank Worrell roundabout turn right onto Walmer Lodge, follow this road all the way through Holetown, and past Speightstown, then you will see Heywood’s Beach on your left just after Almond Beach Club, when you pass Port St. Charles, then Six Men’s Bay is on your left.
View the location of the beach on our Barbados Interactive Map.
Author: Brett Callaghan