Tucked away on the south coast in the parish of St. Philip, is Bottom Bay; a pristine, wide and spacious pink-sand beach, partly surrounded by high coral cliffs. This beautiful bay with its palm-fringed shoreline is a quiet and peaceful spot which is often cited as one of the top beaches in Barbados, ideal for those wanting to get away from it all.
The dramatic natural scenery really makes Bottom Bay stand out from many other beaches on the island and the lack of crowds make this a particularly relaxing spot. If you’re looking to get off the tourist trail, then this is the beach for you, where you can experience your own little slice of paradise.
There is a car park at the top of the cliff where a coconut vendor will sell you coconuts and perhaps a little rum before you go down the steps to the beach – the perfect addition to your picnic.