Beaches

Waters from the Atlantic ocean crash against the shores of Bathsheba, carving the landscape with rugged rock formations that are both awe-inspiring and a hint to the type of water conditions you can expect to find. These waters, though they can be used by strong swimmers, are more desirable for those interested in watersports like surfing because of the strong currents and frothy surf. You'll find an abundance of beaches to consider visiting in and around the area. Click on… more…

Restaurants

There are only a few restaurants to… more…

Natural Attractions

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Attractions

From the botanical gardens to a watch… more…

Accommodations

Bathsheba is known for its more intimate accommodations. Regardless of the style you're looking for, you'll find smaller properties with… more…

Hotels

Bathsheba, which is a small fishing village, shies away from large… more…

Villa Rentals

Bathsheba itself is not particularly known for housing a large number… more…

Activities

Bathsheba is a hidden treasure that locals seem to enjoy utilizing as their way to get away for a bit, while foreign tourists do not as frequently stay here. Because of this, those that do find it be a haven away from the major resort areas of the island. Adventurous visitors will find… more…

Fishing

Bathsheba is a small fishing community on the island's east coast.… more…

Shopping

As a small fishing village, Bathsheba is not the type of… more…

Sailing & Boating

Novice sailors may want to make their first solo journey… more…

Transportation

As the main fishing village on Barbados, Bathsheba is a quiet village… more…

Air Travel

Bathsheba is not a location that has its own private airport, but that… more…

Rental Cars

Renting a car in Bathsheba isn't a terribly difficult experience, and… more…

Sailing & Boating

Novice sailors may want to make their… more…

Taxis

Most tourists will have their first… more…

Beaches

Waters from the Atlantic ocean crash… more…

Attractions

From the botanical gardens to a watch tower and down to the every popular beaches, many of Bathsheba's most important attractions exist outside… more…

Beaches

Waters from the Atlantic ocean crash against the shores of Bathsheba,… more…

Natural Attractions

Whether partaking in a twilight stroll to gaze out onto the ocean and… more…

Map

Sailing & Boating

Novice sailors may want to make their first solo journey to another island in the Caribbean. The waters that surround not only Bathsheba but all of Barbados are quite rough thanks to its proximity to the Atlantic Ocean. For this reason, it is recommended that only seasoned pros sail to this… more…

Fishing

Bathsheba is a small fishing community on the island's east coast.… more…

Weather

The easternmost Caribbean island of Barbados sits on the edge of the Atlantic Ocean. The balmy, tropical climate is cooled by the continual trade winds… more…

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