Enjoy the beauty of Batts Rock Beach from anywhere in the world with 2 new live Barbados webcams.
The first webcam faces south, giving a wonderful view of the turquoise seas and white sands. This tends to be the quieter end of the beach as the presence of offshore coral reefs makes conditions not ideal for seabathing or swimming. It is a great spot to relax in the shade or snorkel the reefs.
Between December and April you're likely to spot cruise ships heading into the harbour early in the morning.
One highlight of this view is the beach swing at La Cabane restaurant!
The second webcam faces north towards the more popular section of the beach. You're likely to see catamarans sailing languidly up the coast; a few of them stop at the bay for guests to enjoy a quick swim or stroll on the beach.
You might also spot children arriving at the playpark on the right.
The webcams are operated by ICWP in partnership with the Barbados National Conservation Commission. The Commission, which is responsible for maintaining the beaches of Barbados, sponsors numerous beach webcams across the island including some of the most popular beaches such as Dover beach, Bathsheba, Miami Beach, Brandons and Brownes beach.
Learn more about Batts Rock Beach.