Sugarcane fields, cliffs, and vistas of wide open spaces make up the island’s diversified topography. There is a long and successful history of tourism in Barbados thanks to the warm Bajan hospitality of its hotels and resorts, as well as the sophistication of its cuisine and nightlife. In today’s article, we will feature the best beaches that Barbados has to offer

 

BOTTOM BAY BEACH, BARBADOS

Among the numerous beautiful beaches on the island of Barbados, this quiet cove on the island’s southern coast stands out. The beach’s white sand is smooth and dotted with palm palms, surrounded by coral cliffs.

CRANE BEACH, BARBADOS

This beautiful stretch of pink sand is located on the southeast coast and is a great spot for bodysurfing. The Crane resort’s glass-walled cliffside elevator or a flight of 98 stairs provide guests with direct access to the beach.

CATTLEWASH, BARBADOS

One of Barbados’ best-kept secrets is the rocky East Coast. Low tide allows you to take a refreshing dip in one of the natural pools, even if the water is typically too choppy to swim in. It’s also one of the island’s longest beaches, so you may take lengthy hikes and look for sea shells here as well.

MIAMI BEACH, BARBADOS

This pristine stretch of beach, located east of Oistins, offers calm sea on one side and choppy surf on the other, all framed by towering cliffs. A covered parking lot, food kiosks and chair rentals are available.

 

GIBBS BEACH, BARBADOS

In your mind’s eye, you’re undoubtedly seeing this beach in Barbados. Locals and boating enthusiasts alike enjoy the peaceful waters and shade.

PEBBLES BEACH, BARBADOS

One of the island’s greatest family-friendly beaches, this wide half-circle of white sand is located south of Bridgetown. Beach chairs, umbrellas, and beverages are available for purchase.