With options for different profiles and activities, Barbados offers crystal clear beaches and unforgettable experiences

Barbados is one of the most popular destinations, due to its more than 60 beaches and more than 3.000 hours of annual sunshine – photo: Barbados Tourism

Barbados is a paradise made up of over 110 kilometers of coastal scenery, adorned with palm trees, clear waters and a warm climate all year round. The destination is usually sought after, due to its more than 60 beaches and more than 3.000 hours of annual sunshine. Every beach in Barbados is a tropical paradise and with so many options, there's no need to choose just one. Discover below the best beaches for different activities in the destination.

Carlisle Bay the most recommended destination for diving in Barbados – photo: Barbados Tourism

diving beach

When it comes to snorkeling in Barbados, the most recommended beach is Carlisle Bay, named after the second Lord Proprietor of Barbados. The “water park”, as it is known, has a great diversity of shipwrecks and an abundance of marine life to explore, offering one of the most spectacular experiences in the Caribbean. There you can swim with seahorses and frogfish, as well as moray eels and stingrays. In addition, many relics can be found at the bottom of the ocean in Carlisle Bay, such as ship anchors and cannonballs. 

Bathsheba Beach is ideal for those who enjoy sports, especially water sports – photo: Barbados Tourism

surfing beach

Bathsheba Beach is ideal for those with an adventurous spirit. The coastal area offers epic surfing opportunities and lush scenery. The beach has strong waves coming from the Atlantic, which foam against rocks that emerge from the water and visitors enjoy mesmerizing landscapes. Home to the famous Soup Bowl reef, this surfer's paradise promises a visit for breezy walks and great photo ops.

Crane Beach is recognized as one of the ideal destinations for those looking for beautiful natural scenery – photo: Barbados Tourism

Beach with natural beauty

Crane Beach, originally a port, is considered one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The cove receives numerous mentions of natural beauty in the main tourist guides, with its pink sand, sumptuous coconut trees, 80-foot cliffs and powerful waves. Considered one of the most pristine beaches in the region, it is a must-see in Barbados.

Barbados Rockley Beach – or Accra Beach, with its calm waters, is one of the most family-friendly beaches in Barbados – photo: Barbados Tourism

beach for families

Barbados Rockley Beach – or Accra Beach as it is known – is the benchmark when it comes to family beaches in Barbados. Small children can play safely in the calm waters at the southern end, while older children can boogie board on the more lively waves in the cove. Trees surround the beach and provide shady areas for families to snuggle, in addition there are also umbrellas and sunbeds available for rent. One of the main attractions is the possibility of finding crabs in the natural pools, at the end of a walk along the coast. 

 Bottom Bay has little movement compared to other beaches, ideal for those who want to isolate themselves – photo: Barbados Tourism

beach to isolate

Bottom Bay Beach Barbados is one of the most secluded beaches found in Barbados. Known as Bottom Bay, it contains little movement compared to other beaches, due to its location and its very unpredictable tide. Although it is not the best for swimming, the place is still charming for a romantic picnic or an afternoon sunbath. With a landscape made up of beautiful local vegetation, enchanting views and, with fresh coconuts in hand, it is possible to enjoy a beautiful late afternoon. 

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