A great place for walking and dipping into rock pools. Ig you like log lonely walks, I recommend you pass the Atlantis hotel car park and continue along the path on the top of the cliff. I walked for two hours from there without meeting a soul.
Bathsheba Beach is definitely worth the trip. Breathtaking views of such a unique beach. Very peaceful to walk along the coast. Disregard those who have complained about the sea weed along the shore. The beach is a natural beauty. Best to go when there are no cruise ships in port. But, if you do go when the ships are in, they don't stay very long so you can wait until they are gone to take some great pics. Stop for a bite at Dina's while you're there.
Loved to watch the huge breakers coming in and the noise of the Atlantic, also sitting watching the crabs scurry around. Not many surfers when we were there as the sea really was too rough and it is always a non swimming beach as very dangerous.
This is a naturally beautiful coast line, unspoilt by commercialism. It would probably be too rough for swimming, but is beautiful to sit and view
A brilliant beach that is not swimmers unless you are olympic class but the sight of the waves coming in off the Atlantic is for once correctly described as awesome.
Beautiful area, very different from the rest of Barbados... more reminiscent of wild areas of Hawaii. We loved walking along these wild beaches and being mesmerized by the gigantic waves. Not a place for swimming, but that's not what you come to this area for... it's really about the spectacular scenery.
Stunning views as you drive down the hill into Bathsheba of endless surf rolling in from the Atlantic, the mushrooms of coral, the tangy mist of the spray from the breakers - all this makes Bathsheba one of the most beautiful places I have ever been. The hills up above provide a spectacular backdrop behind you. The colours, the beauty. Don't miss a visit while you are here, it's heaven on earth.
A beautiful, spectacular beach that if you're in Barbados you must try to make the visit to see it, it'll be worth it!
I would not recommend swimming there. The waves are large and the rocks are many. Bring your camera.
Probably the most photogenic spot in Barbados. The largest rock is called Bathsheba Rock and all the rocks have interesting shapes caused by sea erosion. The beach is covered with Sargasso weed much of the time so not the best place for walking or bathing but it makes an interesting foreground. There is not a whole lot of things to do there except admire the scenery and have a bite to eat but I wouldn't have wanted to miss it.