Bath Beach is popular with locals, tourists and is a lovely beach-based trip for holidaymakers visiting from the cruise ships. It is one of the safest and most-visited beaches on the east coast of the island, due to to the calm waters and gentle waves.
Ideal for families, Bath Beach is the perfect place to paddle or swim in the dark blue, beautifully clear sea, followed by lunch on the picnic benches under the shade of the casuarina trees. You can either bring a picnic with you or buy your snacks, sandwiches and drinks from the beach stand, or one of the mobile vendors.
There is a large car park, children’s playground, shaded picnic areas, changing rooms, showers and toilets and there will be a lifeguard on duty during the main holiday seasons. A pleasant stroll to the north leads to a small waterfall and streams, as well as the remains of the old train line that once ran from Bridgetown to Belleplaine.