Bathsheba Beach

Lush green hills roll across the island of Barbados, halted only by the light brown sand of Bathsheba Beach. Bathsheba provides powder-soft sand, dark blue water and black rocks. Rated the number one thing to see in Barbados, this beach is home to some of the world’s most famous surfing competition. This beach is a perfect challenge for experienced surfers. It is also common to see several people organizing picnics and kite races on the beach while surfers fly across the water. Located off the beaten path, your time at Bathsheba Beach is guaranteed to provide excellent waves and an exclusive, intimate experience.

Getting There

Grantley Adams International Airport is the closest airport to Bathsheba Beach. American Airlines, Air Canada, Caribbean Airlines and many others fly directly to BGI. If you are coming from any major travel hub in the United States or Canada, you will have several flight routes to choose from. If you are coming from Europe, you will most likely have one layover in the United States before touching down in Barbados. Once you’ve landed, you can take a rental car, taxi or shuttle to drive you the 30 minutes to the beach.