You have entered Saint Philip Parish. The 37 square miles in the southeast corner of Barbados qualifies as the largest parish by size. This is home to about 31,000 people. Your first stop is Foul Bay Beach. The sand is regularly groomed and plentiful – both in width and length. One end is capped by this dramatic cliff. Foul Bay Beach is ideal for sunning but not for swimming. The Atlantic Ocean waves can be rough with hidden undercurrents. Keep a watchful eye out for hawksbill sea turtles. They use this shoreline for nesting.