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    > Beaches

    Barbados is blessed with some of the world's most spectacular beaches.

    West Coast Beaches:

    Barbados West Coast Beach

    The luxurious West Coast is calm and serine with miles upon miles of warm white sand, ideal for swimming or simply relaxing in paradise!

    Soaking in the Sun
    (Don't forget to use sun block!)
  • Paynes Bay
  • Sandy Lane
  • Mullins Beach

    Snorkeling
  • Fitts Village
  • Paynes Bay
  • Folkstone Marine Reserve

  • Swimming
  • Paynes Bay
  • Sandy Lane
  • Mullins Beach

  • South Coast Beaches:

    Barbados South Coast Beach

    The South and South-East Coasts of Barbados are as stunningly beautiful as the rest of the Island. Both Coasts offer more wave activity than the tranquil West Coast, with the South-East Coast having larger waves than the South Coast.

    Body Boarding:
  • Accra Beach
  • Water sports:
  • Carlisle Bay
  • Dover Beach
  • Soaking in the Sun:
  • Carlisle Bay
  • Sandy Beach
  • Dover Beach
  • Casuarina Beach


  • Swimming:
  • Carlisle Bay
  • Sandy Beach
  • Dover Beach
  • Windsurfing:
    (November to June is the best windsurfing time)

  • Maxwell
  • Silver Rock
  • South-East Coast Beaches:
    (larger waves)

    Body Boarding:
  • The Crane Beach

    Soaking in the Sun:
    (Don't forget to use sun block!)
  • The Crane Beach
  • Bottom Bay

    Swimming:
  • The Crane Beach
  • Bottom Bay

    Site Seeing:
  • Foul Bay
  • East Coast Beaches:
    (powerful waves - swimming not recommended)

    Barbados East Coast Beach

    Barbados' East Coast is much more vibrant, with bigger and more powerful waves; it is not ideal for swimming but for taking breathtaking views of the coastline. The ever present powerful waves of the East Coast are generated by trade winds which provide Barbados with a wonderfully mild tropical climate.

    Surfing:
  • Bathsheba

    Site Seeing:
  • Cattlewash

  • Barbados' warm, inviting beaches truly make the island the jewel in the Caribbean crown.


    Source: www.barbados.org


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