The Parish of St. Andrew

St. Andrew is located on the east­ern side of the island and is renowned for his hills and val­leys. There are not many attrac­tions in this parish, but there are a few places of inter­est suit­able for both locals and tourists to visit.


There is only one beach of note in St. Andrew and that is the Mor­gan Lewis Beach. While it is not ideal for sea bathing due to the very strong cur­rents and large waves, it is per­fect for long walks due to the expanse of white sand.


Mount Hill­aby – at 1115 ft. it is the high­est point in Bar­ba­dos and one of the best scenic spots as well.

Turn­ers Hall Woods50 acre woods where one can explore var­i­ous flora and fauna. One of the last of the trop­i­cal for­est that cov­ered Bar­ba­dos in 1627 just before the first set­tle­ment. Ideal for those who love the great out­doors and the adven­ture seek­ers who love to hike.

Mor­gan Lewis Wind­mill – the only intact sugar mill in Bar­ba­dos and one of two in the Caribbean. It has an exhibit of the equip­ment that was once used to pro­duce sugar. Dur­ing the months of Decem­ber and April, the Bar­ba­dos National Trust hosts a demon­stra­tion of how sugar canes are grinded at this wind mill.

Spring­vale Eco Her­itage Museum – once the home of a plan­ta­tion, this museum dis­plays a col­lec­tion of antique fur­ni­ture and old time cook­ing and house­hold items.

Scot­land Dis­trict has rock for­ma­tions between 30 and 50 mil­lion years old, com­pris­ing of clay stones, chalk and vol­canic ash.

Barclay’s Park – ideal for pic­nick­ing on week­end. Whether you pre­fer sit­ting at a table and enjoy­ing the com­pany of friends, or just loung­ing on the expanse of lush green grass, you are sure to enjoy your visit to this park. The sea in the area is too dan­ger­ous for swimming.


High­land Pot­ter­ies and Chalky Mount Pot­ter­ies – St. Andrew doesn’t have any stores or shops like other parishes, but St. Andrew is known for its’ pot­tery. Not only can you pur­chase local pot­ter­ies as sou­venirs, you can also watch the pot­ters at work.

Unique Find

In the dis­trict of Chalky Mount in St. Andrew is the only part of the island where Red Clay is found.

© Photo 1 taken from Blue​bay​travel​.uk​.co
© Photo 2 taken from Mapio​.net
© Photo 3 taken from Pin­ter­est
© Arti­cle of caribbe​an​dreams​magazine​.com

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