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We have been using Miami Beach for most of our 2 month stay, staying about 1.5 miles from Oistins, its a great relaxing beach great for swimming & turtles are easy to see while swimming, get your chairs from Rosalind lovely lady on beach ,...More
The beach was beautiful but there was an awful smell that kept torturing us while in the water. The parking is not great and the road is narrow. It is definitely worth seeing and swimming at but it wasn’t my favorite beach.
My friends and I spent some time on Miami Beach enjoying the waves and views. There is one side of the beach where you will see surfers enjoying the water, and another section for others to relax in calmer waters. As with any beach in...More
A lovely thriving beach in Oistins. Many of the locals use this beach and the is a lovely lively vibe. A bus parked on the beach serves tasty snacks. Nice to swim here as not as rough as some of the beaches on this coast.
Great Beach to visit and relax for the day. Usually quiet waters and a small kid's cove near by. Chair rental available and fast food near by. Enjoy the Great water and possible turtle sightings while checking the calm waters.
Miami Beach (Barbados) is a wonderful beach on the south end of the island. It's a great spot for everyone to swim without worrying about rough waves or rocks. The water is calm and the bottom is sandy. There is an abundance of trees close...More
While travel books such as Lonelyplanet tend to recommend and prefer beaches like Rockley, was it Enterprise that really felt most convenient and overall suiting. Loved the trees growing right at the beach, as it was always possible to retreat from the scorching sun into...More