Rockley Beach Barbados also known
as Accra beach
At Rockley Beach Barbados
located on the South coast of the island life resolves
around the sea. Just across the road from the renowned
Chefette Restaurant you will find the popular Rockley
Beach or Accra Beach. Are you wondering why the two names?
Well the official name of this popular white sand beach
with the spectacular turquoise waters is Rockley Beach...
But to locals and visitors the beach is known as Accra
This picture perfect beach is extremely popular with the
locals, especially on weekends and public holidays, when
people from all over the island travels to Accra Beach to
picnic, body-surf and bathe in the calm waters.
Located next to the popular Accra Beach Hotel and Spa
there are also lots of visitors enjoying the friendly
atmosphere on this beach.
Why Visitors and Locals Love Rockley Beach
Easy access to Rockley Beach
Barbados its close proximity to the numerous hotels and
restaurants and the action pack south coast with all
the other amenities, makes this beach a favourite with
both visitors and locals alike. In addition the white
sandy beach and calm, pristine turquoise waters are ideal
for relaxing or having swim.
If you are a family with young children the southern end
of the beach is perfect for you, this area is protected by
the sea rocks which breaks the force of the waves coming
in resulting in a calm basin or pool.
There is plenty to do on this soft white sand beach, you
can relax on a beach chair under the shade of the trees,
or take in the many water sports activities like the Hobie
Cat rides, windsurfing and body surfing. Or browse the
vendors kiosks for handmade craft, jewellery and tropical
Added to these there are a
number of restaurants and bars close by where you can grab
something to eat or refresh your self with a cold Banks
Attractions Near Rockley Beach Barbados
In Barbados you are never far
away from an amazing attraction. Other popular attractions
and things to see and do close to Accra beach are Quayside
Centre, St. Lawrence Gap, Oistins, Carlisle Bay Marine
Park, the Barbados Museum and Historical Society.