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I took two family members visiting from the UK to this beach to show them the contrast to the beaches they had experienced on the other side of the Island.
What spectacular views you get of nature at its best.
You can stand on the...More
But crowded with cruise ship tourists too.
There are some spectacular rocks on the beach. There is a restaurant close by at the Atlantis hotel, which seems to cater more to the tour bus crowds and not to individual tourists, they are more interested in...More
rugged and wild especially in the rain, good rock formations.
Good cafe if you can get in, has got outside seating but no good in the rain!
If its dry its worth a stop if you are over that side of the Island for a...More
Walked along the beach for about an hour and collected all sorts of small sea glass and shells and rocks . The ocean here is very ruff and not meant for swimming and walking along beach shoes are a must . Worth the trip to...More
Always a dramatic beach and a great place to watch the die hard surfers take on a very rough sea. Amazing views and slow down on the top of the hill on the way down into Bathsheba so you can take in the view. It’s...More
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The bus service originates from the Fairchild Street terminal in Bridgetown and runs hourly from 05.00hrs until 22.00hrs. Drive time is 50 mins. Local fare is US $1.00 in any direction, regardless of distance.
No, it has not been affected. However, keep in mind that the Atlantic ocean in Batsheba area is rough, the beach is rocky and though scenic for watching, it's not good for swimming, but best suited for surfing. It's a good... More
No, it has not been affected. However, keep in mind that the Atlantic ocean in Batsheba area is rough, the beach is rocky and though scenic for watching, it's not good for swimming, but best suited for surfing. It's a good spot to visit for an hour or two, enjoy the wild, untamed scenery, take some photos, but that's about it. I can not imagine spending more than an afternoon, let alone all of my vacation there. Unless you are an avid surfer and crashing waves are what you are looking for (in addition to an... uhm... authentic, rural, undeveloped area with literally nothing to do), go to the west side.