The Best Beaches In Jamaica

Jamaica is a much sought out destination in the Caribbean promising an idyllic tropical escape complete with sun, sand, and the sea. The country's spectacular coastline boasts a number of beaches ranging from the white sand beaches with lively beach bars in the north to the more remote, rocky, and often black sand beaches in the south. 

Whether you just want your own quiet corner under the sun or want to be part of the crowd, there is a beach in Jamaica that is perfect for you. Jamaica gave birth and strengthened the concept of all-inclusive resorts as an alternative to a hotel stay and accordingly, you will find a number of holiday resorts boasting exclusive villas, cottages, and apartments on the island. To get more information about the most beautiful places to stay in Jamaica visit https://kotchmagazine.com/vacation-destinations.

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These resorts provide access to their own private beaches and are also well connected to the other beaches in Jamaica, some of which are listed below.

Seven miles beach: The name is a bit of a misnomer because the beach actually stretches for 11km (6 3/4 miles) along the sea. Located in Negril, this white sand beach is considered to be one of the most famous beaches in the world. Once a sleepy fishing village, Negril is today a much sought out vacation destination that caters from young singles to families. 

Frenchman's Cove: Located just east of Port Antonio, the Frenchman's cove has an entry fee of £2 to get in but once you are in, you'll realize the price is definitely worth it. The beach overhung with foliage paints a pretty picture. There is a freshwater stream where you can enjoy a dip or if you wish, you can venture into the sea.

Lime Cay: The small island of Port Royal promises some beautiful albeit less developed beaches for those who want to be away from the crowds. Lime Cay is great for a family vacation and you can just hire someone to take you there by boat. Once there, you can spend a fun-filled relaxing day picnicking, swimming, and soaking up the sun.




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