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Advice needed on Barbados beaches

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My family and I are looking into Barbados as our Caribbean vacation for the first week of December. I have been pouring over maps and various websites but cannot seem to narrow down what beaches we should focus on. We are hoping to rent a villa/condo.

Can someone please recommend which beach we should stay near? It will be myself, my husband, our 3.5 year old and 7.5 year old. So far I have a list of rentals that are near one of the following beaches:
Mullins Bay
Sunset Crest (villa at the top of our list but it looks to be a mile or so inland)
Paynes Bay
Rockley/Accra
Ocean City
Maxwell Beach
Hastings (also at the top of our list so far)
The Crane

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