7 Barbados Beach Getaways You Should Add to Your List

Barbados is one of the eastern Caribbean islands and a popular destination in its own right. It is one of many cruise ships’ ports of call where tourists get to enjoy the many attractions and activities on shore. A large part of the island is surrounded by coral reefs. It has a vibrant natural scenery with underground lakes, caves, waterfalls, and other natural wonders waiting to be explored. And the island is home to many stunning beaches. Here are seven of the best Barbados beach destinations to add to your list.

Accra Beach
Accra Beach
Where: South Coast
Accra Beach, also commonly referred to as Rockley, is one of the best known beaches in the island. It is well-developed and equipped with the basic facilities for visitors’ comfort and convenience. There are shops and rental facilities that offer gears for a wide array of water sports and activities.

Bathsheba Soup Bowl
Bathsheba Soup Bowl
Where: East Coast
Bathsheba Soup Bowl is quite famous for its scenic views and breathtaking surfs. It hosts an annual surfing championship where surfers and surfing enthusiasts from around the world gather. Swimmers are often advised about the dangers the strong currents pose. But near the shores are natural pools that have waters deep enough for a relaxing dip or swim.

Bottom Bay
bottom bay
Where: South Coast
Bottom Bay is an excellent place for people who want to avoid the crowd. It is fairly more secluded. High cliffs, palm trees, and other natural attractions provide a stunning backdrop against the mesmerizing blue-green waters of the sea.

Crane Beach
Crane Beach
Where: South Coast
Crane Beach is touted to be one of the best beaches in the world. It is a great place for swimming and surfing. There are pools of water in some of the coves near the shore where people can also go for a swim.

Folkestone Beach/Marine Park
Where: West Coast
Folkestone beach offers a wide range of activities and attractions. Seasoned divers can explore the Stavronikita ship that lies over 100 feet below. Snorkelers will enjoy the recreational zone teeming with aquatic creatures.

Mullins Beach
 Mullins Beach
Where: West Coast
This is good spot for a mix of relaxation and recreational activities. The calm waters make it an ideal spot for swimming and snorkeling. Those looking for more active pursuits can rent jet skis and go for an exhilarating ride away from the shore.

Silver Sands Beach
Where: South Coast
Powdery-white sands and aquamarine waters serve as an enchanting background to this beautiful beach. It’s a perfect spot not just for swimming or lounging on the sand. It’s also the best beach for kite-surfing and windsurfing.