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Barbados Beach Bars

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During the day enjoy cool tropical drinks and light snacks at these beach bars, as you relax in the sparkling turquoise waters washing onto golden sands.

Return later in the evening for a sumptuous dinner and to watch the sky turn into many shades of pink, red and orange as the sun sets slowly into the Caribbean Sea.

Our Favourite Beach Bars

Bombas Beach Bar - Casual beach bar and dining spot.

Captain Charlie's Beach Bar - Casual beach bar located at Coconut Court Beach Hotel. When the bell rings it's happy hour!

Carib Beach Bar - Directly on Worthing Beach, Coast is the perfect place for refreshing drinks and tasty food.

Chill 'n Breeze - Casual beachfront restaurant overlooking stunning Cattlewash beach.

Copacabana Beach Club - Rent a beach lounger and spend the day on one of Barbados' most beautiful beaches. The bar and restaurant serve up refreshing drinks & delicious light meals.

Crystal Waters Bar - A great spot right on the beach. Stroll in for cooling drinks and tasty snacks.

Dipper's Beach Bar - Beach front bar overlooking beautiful Carlisle Bay. Great spot for watching stunning sunsets.

Mr. Delicious Snack Bar - Located at the magnificent Miami Beach, Mr. Delicious serves amazing rum punch, fresh juices, beer and casual food.

Mullins Beach Bar - Experience a delightful gourmet lunch or an elegant dinner at this dining hotspot just a footstep from the azure waters of the Caribbean Sea.

Rascals - Laid back restaurant and beach bar located on one of the best beaches on the island.

Surfside Restaurant & Bar - Beachfront casual dining with sports bar.

The Boatyard - For day and nightime activities, stop in at The Boatyard, a beach club offering water sport activities, restaurant, bar & nightclub.

The Tiki Bar - Enjoy cocktails and oceanfront dining at this beach bar. Rent a beach chair & enjoy WiFi access right on the beach!


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