From rugged coastlines on the East, to postcard pretty beaches on the West… coast to coast you’ll find nothing short of beautiful and diverse landscapes prime for tanning, splashing, and instagram-worthy snaps. Ask us for the ‘must visits’, or just head down to the nearest beach, plop yourself in the white sands under a shady palm tree, and call that home for the remainder of your holiday – either way, this island is yours to enjoy.

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EAST COAST

Known for it’s rugged splendor, windswept coastlines, and crashing waves – this stretch of natural beauty is best explored in a mini moke with the top down, or in the back of an off-road jeep safari (ask our concierge to organize either one!). While it’s not particularly safe for swimming, you can still enjoy watching surfers take on the famous Soup Bowl or go for a long walk along the beach and take a dip in one of the many natural pools.

 

SOUTH COAST

With a robust blend of sun, sand and sea, the South Coast of Barbados is also one of the most visited thanks to the many hotels and vacation homes dotted along the coast. In close proximity to bars, restaurants and more bars, it’s easy to pick any beach along the 8km stretch and enjoy a day of sunshine and splashing. We recommend starting at Miami Beach and working your way down to end the day with a gorgeous sunset at Pebbles Beach in Carlisle Bay.

 

WEST COAST

Also known as the ‘Platinum Coast’ this is where picture perfect became a thing. From stunning white sands with turquoise waters, to romantic cliffs and private beaches – the West Coast has something for everyone. Batts Rock, Heywoods, and Tropicana are just three of the beaches with easy access and amazing views. Fill a cooler, rub on the sunblock, and pack the beach chairs – you’ll likely never want to leave.