At the north coast of the island, St. Lucy Parish is Barbados' wildest and most barren area, with steep cliffs battered by the Atlantic Ocean. North Point offers great views, but be wary of getting too close to the cliff edge—the waves rise spectacularly high, and chances are you'll get wet.
Interesting stops in St. Lucy include River Bay, a popular picnic spot with cliffs where you can also wade and ramble; Cove Bay, with a trail that leads to Pico Teneriffe; and Little Bay, with rocky pools suitable for a dip when the tide's not too high.
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