Mullins Beach

Mullins beach is located on the west coast of the island, in the parish of St. Peter. Venturing west or staying on our Platinum Coast, Mullins is the place to be.

Things to Do

This is one of the livelier beaches on the west coast, where you can arrange to go out on a glass-bottom boat or enjoy the doughnuts as you crash about the waves; Jet Ski’s are also available to rent for $100 for 30 mins. A good spot for snorkeling as well.

Here you are greeted by a white sandy beach, which is really for the die-hard sunbather, as this beach seems hotter than any other on the island, Luckily the water here is calm and crystal clear, making it ideal for snorkeling or just basking in the Caribbean Sea.


  • Safe swimming
  • Beach chairs
  • Food & Drink available
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Spa
  • Snorkeling

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Driving Directions

From Spring Garden Highway, at the Frank Worrell roundabout, turn right onto Walmer Lodge, you will see an Esso station on your right, follow the road up the beautiful gold coast of our island and there, amidst glorious hotels, restaurants, and beaches, continue past Holetown and pass Folkestone Marine Park on your left, on your right you will see St. Alban’s church, Mullins Beach is located just above Gibbs Beach.

View the location of the beach on our Barbados Interactive Map.

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