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Barbados is a perfect beach country situated in the West Indies, the island of the Small Antilles group, to the east of the Caribbean Sea. Located relatively close to the South American continent and 434,5 km north-east of Venezuela. South of Barbados is a meeting point of the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean with ideal conditions for windsurfing. There are small hotels, bars, restaurants and discos along the coast. Best nightlife spot is St. Lawrence Gap. The western coast is washed by the Caribbean Sea and is famous for its golden sandy beaches and calm clear waters. The best hotels on the island are located here suitable for anyone who likes a quiet vacation. Eastern coast of Barbados is on the Atlantic Ocean. This is the most beautiful and at the same time the most unexplored part of the island.
 
 

Best beaches of Barbados

 

Worthing beach

St. Lawrence Gap

Silver Sands beach

Sandy Lane

Worthing beach

St. Lawrence Gap

Silver Sands beach

Sandy Lane beach

Sandy Beach

Mullins beach

Maxwell beach

Long beach

Sandy Beach

Mullins beach

Maxwell beach

Long Beach

Hastings Rocks

Foul beach

Dover beach

Crane beach

Hastings Rocks beach

Foul beach

Dover beach

Crane beach

Cotton House Bay

Carlisle Bay

Brandons beach

Batts Rock Bay

Cotton House Bay

Carlisle Bay

Brandons beach

Batts Rock Bay

 

You can find excellent surfing and multiple wild beaches. Tyhe North of Barbados is the least populated region, it is the habitat of green monkeys, deer, otters, turtles and other exotic animals and birds. White, coral, pink, any color of a beach on Barbados to choose from. The beaches are all public. Soft sandy beaches stretch around the coastal line of the island.

 
St. Lawrence Gap. Some people go to beach towns for relaxation alone; others go for a different scene, a great nightlife and the opportunity to relax when batteries need recharging from events the night before. St. Lawrence Gap, on the gorgeous Caribbean island of Barbados, is a good place for those who prefer the latter. Youthful and mature alike share this street of many interests, and The Gap, as it is often called, offers a huge variety of shops and restaurants in which to while away the time.
Sandy Lane Beach. In the heart of St. James parish, on the west coast of the island, glimmers the sumptuous white sands of aptly named Sandy Lane Beach. The best swimming spot in the whole of Barbados, it is renowned for being the shoreline onto which the massive Sandy Lane Resort spills out. All beaches here are public and restricted to no one, but the silent sentinel of the resort may make people think otherwise. 
 
Mullins Beach. Nestled in a cove on the west side of Barbados glimmers Mullins Beach, a several hundred yard stretch of pale sand and stunning blue water. The southern end of this beach interlaces and becomes villa grounds, while the north end stands solid in a series of moderate cliffs. This is the perfect beach for enjoying and capturing a sunset, as the entirety of it faces west. A falling Caribbean sun mingled with the deepening hues of azure sea would be a moment to remember and share always.
 
Long Beach. Golden sand that shimmers under the Caribbean sunlight, warms the feet and stretches from ocean to wood line, lapped by crystalline water in amazing shades of blue: This is Long Bay, located in the parish of Christ Church on the bottom south end of the island. With slightly rougher waves, it is a decent spot for surfing, especially in summer, and a very popular beach for wind sailing and kite surfing. Long Bay is a great area for water sports enthusiasts.
Foul Beach. On the south-easterly portion of Barbados, sparkles Foul Bay Beach, a rather rough and choppy stretch of water that is not always ideal for swimming, but does attract a lot of water sports enthusiasts. Nevertheless, the view is breathtaking, and the area usually quiet. Foul beach resides in the St. Philip parish, and is the largest beach on this particular coast. Cliffs strike upward, fencing the beach, for an impressive display of nature’s protectiveness. This spot is considered ideal for body surfing, boogie-boarding, and for boat-watching, as it is home to many of the fishing variety.
 
Crane Beach. Counted by many as one of the world’s most beautiful beaches, and given that title publically by Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous, Crane Beach is a harmonious medley of a dozen shades of blue, accompanied by pastel pink sand. Situated on the eastern side of the island, the waters are Atlantic and, therefore, not as calm as the southern and western beaches. This little stretch of paradise thus becomes a water sport enthusiast’s generous slice of heaven.
 
Carlisle Bay. A gorgeous, natural bay in the Caribbean Ocean, Carlisle has become a marine park due to its incredible snorkeling and scuba diving opportunities. It is also the bay in which Bridgetown, the capital city of Barbados, is located. The beach front here is fine, glorious pale sand, but this is not where the underwater adventures take place; this is the stretch of calm, crystal clear waters and easy swimming, where sunbathers revel. It is a short walk from Bridgetown to the beach area where you can rent parasols, beach loungers, and even get free rum punch from the beach bars.
 
Maxwell Beach. Barbados is a family-friendly island in the Caribbean known for its beauty, unmatchable vacations and, of course, the 70+ miles of beaches surrounding the island. With a choice of some 60 strips of sand and surf, it may seem a bit daunting to pick the one best suited for you. Some beaches, with their very calm, swimming pool-like waters are best for children, and some are rougher and are great for adults who want to try out water sports during their vacation, like wind surfing. Maxwell Beach, located in the south of the island in the parish of Christ Church, is excellent for the needs of the former.
 
Silver Sands. Located in the Christ Church parish on the southern point of Barbados lies the windswept beach of Silver Sands, a stunning white sand coastline overlapped by some of the clearest blue waters imaginable. It is unique in that the sands form small dunes that are then stabilized by greenery. Waters are not overly calm and offer some good swells and breaks. This allows for water sports like boogie boarding and windsurfing, with Silver Sands being a world class destination for windsurf enthusiasts.

Other beach countries of North America

 

Antigua & Barbuda

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Antigua & Barbuda

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Dominican Republic

Costa Rica

Mexico

Grenada

Dominican Republic

Costa Rica

Mexico

Grenada

Cuba

Panama

Saint Lucia

Saint Vincent

Cuba

Panama

St. Lucia

Saint Vincent & The Grenadines

 

Jamaica

Trinidad & Tobago

 

 

Jamaica

Trinidad & Tobago

 

 

 
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