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First up. All these people who say it’s isolated are talking BS. You can drive round the whole island in 45 mins! The beach is 21 mins from the airport ! Once you arrive you realise just how nice it is. Show me better beach...More
Went almost at sunset and it was beautiful. It was in the middle of a tropical storm so the waves were really high. Not a beach to swim in but walk along if the tide isn't up. Large rocks along the coast. A different unique...More
The east coast is completely different to the south and west coasts and for the brits amongst you it a bit like Cornwall. The beach could be really beautiful but when we visited unfortunately it was suffering from the seaweed problem that is unfortunately affecting...More
This stop to Bathsheba Beach & Park was part of our Island Tour excursion. This place has amazing scenery of the beach and rock formations cut out by the waves. I believe they call them mushroom rocks, Great pictures taken here.
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.
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I would agree with other people the sea on the east coast is suitable for surfing but there is no place to moor a boat in Bathsheba, get the bus from Bridgetown, it’s 2 Barbados dollars each, great value and a lovely journey.