Barbuda is an island that's home to a variety of beaches that offer fun whether you're looking to relax, do some exploring, or ride the waves. Given the small size of the island, the beaches are amongst the most popular attractions, and they could easily be the core of your holiday.

    When finding the best beach on the island, the most important factor is considering what would work best for you. Take a look at the 10 best beaches in Barbuda to explore the various beachfronts perfect for relaxation and adventure alike.

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    11 Mile Beach

    Find solitude

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    11 Mile Beach is a long stretch of shoreline that features sand, water, and not much else, making it the perfect destination for visitors looking for peace and tranquility. You won't find restaurants, bars, or even a fishing shanty here, so it's easy to embrace the local nature.

    The water is quite welcoming along most of the beach, making it safe to go for a swim provided you don't go too far out. Additionally, the shells here can sometimes make the beach appear as if it's slightly pink. You'll find it along the western edge of the island.

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    Pink Sand Beach

    See a pink beach

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    Pink Sand Beach is one of the most iconic beaches on the island due to its alluring pink hue and welcoming turquoise waters. The pink hue is caused by shells that are deposited on the beach by surging waves. That being the case, there's a chance the beach won't actually be pink if surging waves haven't happened recently relative to when you visit.

    Enjoying this beach is easy since the shells aren't difficult to navigate even with bare feet. If you're looking to lay down, however, you'll find plenty of shell-free, soft sand farther away from the water. This beach is located on the island's southern shore, just west of the centre.

    Konum: H5RG+R9Q, Codrington, Antigua & Barbuda

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    Princess Diana Beach

    Treat yourself to a beach visit fit for royalty

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    Princess Diana Beach is a secluded, crescent-shaped beach that features turquoise waters and white sand perfect for relaxation away from the crowds. The name comes from the fact that Princess Diana of Great Britain often visited this beach back when it was called Access Beach.

    When you visit, you can enjoy the natural splendour whether you simply go for a walk, take a dip in the water, or relax on one of the available lounge chairs. You can get to this beach on the southern part of the island, just a short distance north of Barbuda's southernmost tip.

    Konum: H65J+Q3H, Codrington, Antigua & Barbuda

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    Two Foot Bay

    Head to a beach with cave access

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    Two Foot Bay is home to a relaxing stretch of beach, but the most prominent feature here is the convenient access to several caves that hold interesting secrets. The east-facing beach found here is good for relaxation or a bit of a swim and makes for a great place to take in the sunrise.

    If you're interested in a different kind of beachfront experience, you can traverse the local caves. You'll find prehistoric petroglyphs inside along with stunning views of the beach and the water from the cave's viewpoints. See it all for yourself along the northeastern shore of Barbuda.

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    Low Bay

    Take it easy or find adventure

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    Low Bay offers several different ways to enjoy your visit whether you're looking to relax along the shore or find adventure in the crystal-clear waters. The soft sand here is notably relaxing, as you can enjoy a stroll by the water or simply lay down in the sand and soak in the sun.

    For more adventurous visitors, you may want to venture out into the waters of this bay. They're refreshingly clear, so you'll find a good opportunity for snorkelling. A nice swim can be refreshing as well, and you don't have to worry about any intense waves ruining the tranquility. You can get to this bay on the western coast of the island.

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    Gravenor Bay Beach

    Explore underwater

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    Gravenor Bay Beach is one of the best spots on the island if you're looking for a beach that can offer you an underwater adventure like diving or snorkelling. The waters here are crystal clear, and the bay itself is home to a reef and several shipwrecks. Whether you go snorkelling or diving, you'll be able to take in some incredible sights without having to go too far from the shoreline.

    The beach itself at this bay is quite relaxing too, with soft sands that let you take it easy when you're not exploring the water. You'll find this beach on the southeastern shoreline.

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    Palmetto Point

    Relax at a luxurious beach

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    Palmetto Point is the beachfront experience you'll want if you're looking for a luxurious holiday, as it's home to pristine waters and a nearby golf course. The beach at Palmetto features soft sands and gentle waters perfect for relaxation, swimming, or venturing out in a small boat.

    By this beach, you'll find a golf course that offers an entirely different way to relax. Even when you're on the greens, you can still take in that crisp sea air just like you would on the beach itself. Palmetto Point is at the tip of the island's southwestern peninsula.

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    Coco Point Beach

    Visit a beachfront community

    Coco Point Beach is a welcoming beach that's home to a popular beach club offering luxury amenities as well as good old-fashioned fun in the sun. In this beach club, you'll find soft, white sands and crystal-blue waters that are popular whether you're looking to relax, swim, or go kiteboarding.

    At the beach club, you'll find services like bars and restaurants that are accessible without having to leave the beach, and the local services all tend to offer stunning views of the beach itself. You'll find this area along the west side of Barbuda's southernmost peninsula.

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    Spanish Point Beach

    Have some fun on a calm beach

    Spanish Point Beach is a notably calm beach with gentle waters, thanks to its location on a bay rather than the open ocean, and it's perfect for cooking and boating. Barbecuing is one of the most popular activities here, and you won't have to go very far to get the ingredients you need to take advantage of the locally available grills.

    Given the calm waters, you may want to rent a boat and venture out for some adventure. Alternatively, you can go snorkelling since the water here is remarkably clear. You'll find this beach on the eastern shore of the island's southernmost peninsula.

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    Lighthouse Bay

    Enjoy the open sea and a lagoon

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    Lighthouse Bay is nestled in between the Caribbean and a mangrove lagoon, letting you enjoy the alluring nature of a frigatebird habitat or a crystal-blue beach. While the resort here is no longer open, the beach itself is still full of adventure whether you're looking to venture out in the water to catch some waves or go for a relaxing stroll.

    On the east side of the bay, you'll find the massive lagoon that takes up most of Barbuda's western side. Inside, you'll be able to spot frigatebirds, including the largest species in the world. See it all for yourself along the island's western shore.

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