Beaches in Jamaica

Beaches in Jamaica

Jamaica, Negril, Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Port Antonio, Kingston, Saint Elizabeth
Whether you're looking for a quiet getaway where all you care about is the amount of sunscreen, or filled with the warmth of a tropical climate and local hospitality, the treasure trove of beaches here in Jamaica definitely won't disappoint!

Beaches on the north coast of Jamaica

Beaches around Montego Bay
The island's tourist capital is a tranquil piece of paradise that attracts people from all over the world. Flying planes cross the sea here, front row seats right from the shore. The waters of the Doctor's Cave Beach Club, in the middle of the pulsating Hip Strip, are believed to have healing properties. Neighboring Dead End Beach, a much-visited local spot presented on a smaller scale, completes the strip. Add a little adventure to your beach day with slides, water sports and go-kart racing for the whole family at Aqua Sol Theme Park.

Beaches around Ocho Rios
This coastal city is a wonderful combination of nature and city life. With a name that translates to "Eight Rivers", it's no surprise that there is plenty of running water. Breathtaking meeting points between rivers and the Caribbean Sea include the exquisite rolling gardens of Laughing Waters and the carved staircase of Dunn's River Falls. Head to the outskirts of town and enjoy other sandy treasures, such as the floating obstacle course at Puerto Seco Beach and the rock pools on the beach between the cove at Draxhall.

Beaches around Port Antonio
Frenchman's Cove Beach is another sparkling estuary surrounded by greenery. Swim in the warm salty waters of the sea before taking a chilled bath in the fresh river water. Just a stone's throw from San San Beach, the same dazzling jewel color as the abyss. If you want to incorporate surfing into your itinerary, ride a rolling wave at the island in Boston Beach, or Winnifred Beach.

Beaches on the south coast of Jamaica

Beaches around Negril
Seven Mile Beach is a continuous stretch of coastline dotted with resorts and local attractions. The coastline is home to vibrant attractions such as Long Bay Beach Park and the lively tropical resort of Margaritaville. Dig your toes into some of the softest sand the island has to offer.

Beaches around Saint Elizabeth
Treasure Beach is well known as a stronghold of community tourism, filled with numerous eateries, villas and boutique hotels in a small area. Enjoy fresh seafood straight from the boat to your plate at this fishing village's restaurant. Not all areas in this group of coves and bays are ideal for swimming, but where they may lack smooth seas, they are filled to the brim with unique character.

Beaches around Kingston
It may surprise many that Jamaica's capital also has several beaches where you can swim. Darker shores cover much of the south coast, which can be found at the surfing mecca of Jamnesia as well as Bob Marley Beach, both in the community of the late reggae icon. Travel by boat from the historic former pirate town of Port Royal to the coastal stretches of white sand at Lyme Cay and Maiden Cay.

Whether you're looking for a quiet getaway where all you care about is the amount of sunscreen, or filled with the warmth of a tropical climate and local hospitality, the treasure trove of beaches here in Jamaica definitely won't disappoint!

Source: visitjamaica

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