Carlisle Bay is a marine bay located on the west coast along Bay Street; this is on the exterior of main Bridgetown. The Carlisle Bay area is frequented by small boats and yachts which anchor just off shore. Carlisle Bay is named after James Hay the 1st Earl of Carlisle; James Hay was made the Lord Proprietor of Barbados by King Charles I of England on the 2nd of July 1627.
Carlisle Bay is famous for its white sandy beaches and cinematic sunset views. Carlisle Bay is also an exciting water sports area and one of Media Barbados beaches for swimming, jogging or just relaxing.