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Surfing in Barbados has to be one of life's greatest treats. Fun surf breaks are all year round in Barbados thanks to a consistent trade wind. The trade wind generates surf and blows it round the southern tip of the island. Surf spots like Surfers Point, South Point and Freights all pick up this swell and produce long, clean waves. During the winter months, big groundswell from the North Atlantic travels down and lights up the famous surf spots on the north-east coast and west coast. Surf spots such as Soup Bowl have put Barbados on the map as a world class surfing destination. Barbados can serve up some heavy waves but it is best suited to the surfer who enjoys chilling out on the beach and riding fun waves with a tropical backdrop.
Barbados belongs to the Windward Islands, sitting east of the main Caribbean chain and about 220 miles north of Venezuela. Famous for its laid-back atmosphere, clear blue water and white sand beaches, it also has some of the most consistent surf in the Caribbean.
Surfer's Point is located on the south coast of Barbados close to nightlife, supermarkets, shopping and health clinics. The south coast is beginner friendly with numerous surf breaks, including Freights, South Point, Surfers Point and many more.