Visit Mother Nature's Sculpture Garden in Barbados
If you've stayed at Caribbean villas before, you're probably used to the white-sand beaches, countless water activities and laid-back lifestyle.2015-12-28
If you've stayed at Caribbean villas before, you're probably used to the white-sand beaches, countless water activities and laid-back lifestyle. In Barbados, the landscape takes any tropical getaway to the next level, especially at Bathsheba beach, where Mother nature has carefully placed massive boulders that almost seem to touch the perpetually blue skies.
As the main fishing village of St. Joseph, Bathsheba has about 5,000 residents and contains numerous natural wonders, and travelers flock to the shores to catch a glimpse of the towering rock sculptures. You can walk right up to the formations at low tide and gaze upward at these marvelous geological wonders.
The beach was named after the Biblical Queen Bathsheba, wife of King David, who would bathe in milk to keep her skin smooth. Locals believe this bay could resemble the bath where Bathsheba would cleanse herself at the end of the day. Luckily for you, you can also get a spa-like treatment at the beach by exfoliating your skin with the fine sands before jumping into the refreshing water to rinse away dead skin and reveal your true radiant self.