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11 Best Beaches in Barbados You Must Visit

Gaurav Kadam Jul 2, 2019
A small Caribbean island, Barbados is the birthplace of rum. Known for its spirited nightlife, scrumptious cuisine, and pristine beaches; it is an ideal holiday destination.

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Miami Beach

Rent a lounger at this tourist-favourite beach, enjoy getting tanned and devour the flying fish sandwiches.

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Pebbles Beach

The calm turquoise water is perfect for children to enjoy kayaking and paddle boarding.

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Bathsheba Bay

The spectacular waves that hit the shore make this beach the surfing capital of Barbados.

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Bottom Bay

Spot whales and turtles on this peaceful beach lined beautifully with palm trees.

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Carlisle Bay

This crescent shaped bay is popular for the grand parties on its luxury yachts.

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Dover Beach

This beach is popular for water sports including snorkeling, jet-skiing, boogie boarding and windsurfing.

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Brownes Beach

One of the largest of Barbados’ beaches, Brownes is ideal for swimming as a lifeguard is always on duty.

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Folkestone Beach

Go scuba diving and put a tick on your ‘To Do’ list. Visit the marine museum too!

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Alleynes Bay

Simply rest or enjoy a stroll on the golden sand of the serene and bewitching beach.

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Gibbes Beach

Totally non-commercial! You can witness the nature in all its glory – only the sea, sand and palms.

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Accra Beach (Rockley)

Enjoy the many watersports activities or simply lay back on the soft white sand. Head to the Tiki Bar for a toothsome lunch.