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Mullins Beach, Mullins
(3.6/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
Sip on a freshly prepared cocktail and revel in your picturesque surroundings at Mullins Beach. One of the most popular beaches on the west coast, the site offers the chance to perfect your tan or unwind under the shade of the casuarina and palm trees that line the golden sands of this stunning beach. With a beach bar and grill, you can while away the hours by the sea and indulge in some of the gourmet food and drink served up here. The water here benefits from the protection of the cove, providing an excellent calm spot for snorkelers to explore the bed of the Caribbean sea. Using our custom trip planner, Saint Peter Parish attractions like Mullins Beach can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • This beach is unfortunately relatively small and crowded. There's truly more beautiful and idyllic beaches in Barbados.
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  • Visited this beach in the vicinity of Spejtstauna, a small beach with Sun beds and umbrellas, white sand, but not removed and bad Cafe around. Not to compare with our private beaches. Do not recommend
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  • The beach is not bad and not good. On the fan. Pros-calm sea, a gentle entry, white sand, there is a possibility to rent a Deckchair and umbrella or buy something in the cafeteria. Cons-narrow and next to the road, a lot of people on the beach, not very clean, not a heavenly place. I advise you to sit on a bus to drive three to four stops down to more interesting beaches.
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