Wednesday 19 December, 2018

Barbados has 3 beaches in FlightNetwork Top 50 CAC list

Barbados at #11 on the Central America and Caribbean Beaches list.

Barbados at #11 on the Central America and Caribbean Beaches list.

Barbados hits the World's Top 50 Beaches list!

Sitting at number 49 is Bathsheba Beach, and from across the region, Jamaica wowed at number seven with Seven Mile Beach, and Grenada landed at the number 48 spot with its Grand Anse beach. 

As it relates to the Continent, Barbados’ beaches may have just missed the FlightNetwork Top 10 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) by one, but three of the island’s beaches hit the Central America and Caribbean Top 50 Beaches list of beaches.

Coming in at number 11 was Bathsheba Beach, at number 28 was Harrismith Beach, while Crane Beach came in at number 48.

Here's the write-up for Bathsheba Beach:

Lush green hills roll across the island of Barbados, halted only by the light brown sand of Bathsheba Beach. Bathsheba provides powder-soft sand, dark blue water and black rocks. Rated the number one thing to see in Barbados, this beach is home to some of the world’s most famous surfing competition. This beach is a perfect challenge for experienced surfers. It is also common to see several people organizing picnics and kite races on the beach while surfers fly across the water. Located off the beaten path, your time at Bathsheba Beach is guaranteed to provide excellent waves and an exclusive, intimate experience.

Surprisingly the three best beaches according to FlightNetwork all sit along the Eastern coast of Barbados.

According to FlightNetwork, to create Central America and the Caribbean’s Top 50 Beaches©. FlightNetwork collected insight from over 1200 journalists, editors, bloggers, and agencies, who know all things travel. The invaluable wisdom they provided ensured our list of Central American and Caribbean beaches will lead you to shores so extraordinary you may decide to permanently change your address.

The top spot in the CAC went to Grace Bay in Turks & Caicos, followed by Seven Mile Beach in Jamaica and Cuba’s Varadero Beach to round out the top three.

 

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