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Der Strand Foul Bay auf Barbados, Bild: Richard Semik / shutterstock

The most beautiful beaches and places in Barbados

Barbados, the beautiful island in the Caribbean, offers numerous beaches and beautiful places to relax and visit.

The most beautiful beaches in Barbados

Carlisle Bay, Barbados
Carlisle Bay, Image: Simon Dannhauer / shutterstock

Carlisle Bay

One of the most popular beaches is without a doubt Carlisle Bay. The bay is close to the capital city of Bridgetown and offers something for everyone. Active holidaymakers will find a wealth of water sports activities and beach equipment in the upper area, Brownes Beach. On the other hand, the Pebbles Beach section is a little quieter, where you can relax and enjoy the view of the incoming ships.

Foul Bay

An almost deserted paradise can be found in Foul Bay. This beautiful beach is located next to a forest and impresses with white powder sand, deep blue water and a quiet atmosphere. Only swimming is impossible here due to the strong current.

Bath Beach

A popular beach among locals is Bath Beach. On the east coast of Barbados there is no other beach that is suitable for swimming. Due to its large reef in front of it, this beach seems particularly protected. Picnic benches invite you to have a small snack and the beach also scores with its facilities with sanitary facilities.

Bottom Bay

Bottom Bay Beach in Barbados
The Bottom Bay beach in Barbados, Image: graham tomlin / shutterstock

If you like it a little more colorful, Bottom Bay is the right place for you. The beach is usually well visited. Here, vendors offer refreshments such as cool coconut water or coconuts. The beach owes its charm to the beautiful palm clusters and the long stone staircase that leads to the beach, among other things.

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Despite its unusual name, Enterprise Beach is a recommended beach in Barbados. 230 meters of fine, white sand invite you to relax and jog. It is also known as Miami Beach and is very close to the fishing village of Oistins. Beautiful sunsets can be enjoyed on Enterprise Beach. Good swimmers can venture into the open sea on this beach. However, the beach is also ideal for families with children, as there is a sheltered area in the water where the little ones can splash and swim safely.

The most beautiful places in Barbados

Oistins Fish Market

In addition to the beaches, Barbados offers a number of interesting and beautiful sights. These include the Oistins Fish Market. The small fishing town on the south coast is known for its colourful market stalls and its cheerful hustle and bustle.

Animal Flower Cave

Animal Flower Cave
The Animal Flower Cave, Image: photosounds / shutterstock

One of the most beautiful places in Barbados is, without a doubt, the Animal Flower Cave. This is a sea cave with a coral bottom, sea anemones and a natural rock pool. The view from the cave into the open sea is fantastic and it is not the only great viewpoint. The North Point near the cave offers beautiful views of the rocky coast and the open sea, and is also a good starting point for a walk along the coast.

Harrison’s Cave

Another popular cave is Harrison’s Cave, a stalactite cave that can be visited by electric car. In addition to stops to take pictures, you will learn interesting facts about the cave from the tour guide.

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Manor House St Nicholas Abbey

St Nicholas Abbey is one of the last examples of Jacobean architecture. In the past, the mansion belonged to a sugar plantation, but today this building attracts numerous visitors from all over the world as one of the “Seven Wonders of Barbados”. In addition to the manor house, it is also worth visiting the garden, which has beautiful mahogany trees, boxwoods and avocado trees.

Hunte’s Garden

Huntes Garden in Barbados
Hunte’s Garden in Barbados, Image: Simon Dannhauer / shutterstock

If you are interested in botany, you should definitely pay a visit to Hunte’s Garden. The botanical garden is located in the center of Barbados and invites you to take a relaxing stroll. The garden offers an enchanting mix of antiques and statues, exotic plants and classical music. Soft tones vibrate in the air in this garden and make the visit a unique experience.


Last but not least, Bridgetown is one of the most beautiful places on the island. It is not for nothing that the old town has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2011. Among other things, the central square of the city, the National Heroes Square, is worth seeing. Here you will find the Parliament Buildings and the Nelson Monument, which was inaugurated in 1813. Broad Street is the main shopping street, where there are numerous department stores and shops. Bridgetown is also home to some important buildings of British colonial architecture.