Towering coral cliffs and incredible panoramic views make Bottom Bay a favorite among travelers. The rustic shorelines, dotted with towering coconut trees, prove perfect for spotting sea turtles, whales and wealthy locals, many of whom have built impressive homes overlooking the ocean.
The turquoise sea and soft white sands offer a picture-perfect setting for late-day picnics, sunrise breakfasts and leisurely afternoon strolls along the shore. Though less than ideal for swimmers and surfers, the rough waters of Bottom Bay keep this beach relatively empty, making it the perfect relaxing escape from an otherwise crowded south coast.
Bottom Bay is stationed on the southeast coast of Barbados in Saint Philip Parish, between Cay and Palmetto bays. Shuttle transportation is available from most hotels, but local cabs are another option for travelers. Peak tourist season is from December to April, so expect busier beaches during those months.