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Barbados Beaches with Lifeguards

Not a strong swimmer? Traveling with children? Stick to Barbados beaches which have lifeguards on duty. The lifeguard stations are painted bright yellow. For additional safety, bathe directly in front of or near the lifesguard station.

Remember to also pay attention to any flags you see flying at the beach. A yellow flag indicates that sea conditions are risky and caution should be exercised. A red flag indicates that you should not enter the water. In addition, always obey the instructions of the lifeguard.
  • Accra
  • Alleynes Bay
    Alleynes Bay
  • Bath
  • Bathsheba
  • Batts Rock
    Batts Rock
  • Brandons
  • Browne's Beach
    Browne's Beach
  • Carlisle Bay
    Carlisle Bay
  • Crane
  • Dover
  • Drill Hall
    Drill Hall
  • Enterprise
  • Heywoods
  • Holetown
  • Maxwell
  • Needham's Point
    Needham's Point
  • Pebbles

The Lifeguard Service is administered by the National Conservation Commission of Barbados which also oversees local beaches, parks, gardens, esplanades, and some historic sites.

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