Most people coming to Barbados are there to explore its sun-kissed beaches and its capital of Bridgetown is home to quite a few. You’ll probably start your journey through this Caribbean country from this city. Here are three tropical beaches that you should consider checking out.
Many of Bridgetown’s most stunning beaches overlook Carlisle Bay and that also happens to be the case with Brownes Beach. In addition to enjoying amazing views, you should also try peaking beneath the surface. Snorkeling and scuba diving are popular in this area because the bay is home to many shipwrecks and countless species of marine life.
Located on the south-western coast of Barbados, Pebbles Beach is one of the most popular attractions that Bridgetown has in store. Its calm waters make it perfect for a wide range of water sports and it’s an especially popular location for paddle boarding and kayaking.
Another popular south coast beach, Rockley is one of those beaches that offer a little bit of something to everyone. Its waters are mostly calm, but the exciting waves make it perfect for surfing and windsurfing. You can also find many restaurants and cocktail bars lining its coastline.