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We had not planned to stop here but really glad we did great views over the beach and some big waves rolling in. Big eroded rocks sticking up out of the sea on the main beach makes for a really interesting visit.
We were staying in Porters, just north of Holetown. We did not have a rental car, but found out we could take the small yellow bus for $2 BBD from near the Colony Club Hotel to the main bus terminal at Speightstown. From the terminal...More
The beach is beautiful, but the current and the waves are No joke. There is a lot of seaweed on the beach and it is not a place for a relaxing dip. It is mainly surfer territory. Strong winds and wild waters
When I picture myself back in Barbados, this is where my mind takes me. There is just nothing like it. Imagine an expansive, lovely coastline dotted with tide pools full of marine life to explore. Add huge crashing waves as the Atlantic encounters it's first...More
One of the first things you will notice at Bathsheba Beach is the large boulders lining the beach. They are various shapes and forms and quite huge. Our guide told us the area was named after King David’s wife who liked to take milk baths....More
Beautiful very photogenic beach in Barbados although it's on the Atlantic Coast so probably not suitable for swimming due to the strong currents. There are amazing rock formations here, well worth a visit.
We hired a taxi driver/guide, Komal Gabriel, for the day. He met us at the cruise dock and did a great job driving us all over the island. One our stops was beautiful Bathsheba beach. Amazing view! Highly recommend visiting.
No, it has not been affected. However, keep in mind that the Atlantic ocean in Batsheba area is rough, the beach is rocky and though scenic for watching, it's not good for swimming, but best suited for surfing. It's a good... More
No, it has not been affected. However, keep in mind that the Atlantic ocean in Batsheba area is rough, the beach is rocky and though scenic for watching, it's not good for swimming, but best suited for surfing. It's a good spot to visit for an hour or two, enjoy the wild, untamed scenery, take some photos, but that's about it. I can not imagine spending more than an afternoon, let alone all of my vacation there. Unless you are an avid surfer and crashing waves are what you are looking for (in addition to an... uhm... authentic, rural, undeveloped area with literally nothing to do), go to the west side.