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 a large selection of beaches to enjoy in and around the area. To get full details any one of these beaches simply click on the names of the ones you want to learn about.
Barclays Park Beach: Barclays Park Beach is spread across the east coast of the island, offering an incredible view of the dramatic eastern coastline. Largely free of amenities, the beach provides visitors with undeveloped beauty and a sense of history, as it was a gift from the UK to celebrate the independence of Barbados.
A second location to consider is Lakes Beach. Due to its location along the Atlantic Coast, the waters at Lakes Beach are known to be rough. Still, guests who want to make the trip will enjoy the tan colored sand and dark blue hue to the water.
Bath Beach: Bath Beach is located in the parish of St. John, close to Cordington College.
Be sure to look at the following table for information concerning beaches that can be found in and around the area.
|Barclays Park Beach||2.1 mi. Northwest of Central Bathsheba||North East|
|Bath Beach||3.8 mi. East-Southeast of Central Bathsheba||East|
|Bathsheba Beach||Central Bathsheba||North East|
|Cattlewash Beach||1.1 mi. Northwest of Central Bathsheba||North East|
|Consett Bay||4.5 mi. East-Southeast of Central Bathsheba||East|
|Cove Bay||7.0 mi. Northwest of Central Bathsheba||North|
|Lakes Beach||2.3 mi. Northwest of Central Bathsheba||North East|
|Ragged Point||6.5 mi. East-Southeast of Central Bathsheba||East|
|Skeetes Bay||Whitehaven, 5.9 mi. Southeast of Central Bathsheba||East|
Keep in mind that Bathsheba includes other attractions. If interested, you can get more information concerning other attractions here.
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