By jamaicanhistorymonth2007, Sep 23 2014 04:30PM
Jamaica offers a variety of different beautiful beaches, ranging from secluded, intimate beaches to popular beaches with well-known seafood restaurants. However, they have on thing in common - wherever you go the distinctive Jamaican vibe will wait for you.
Beaches in Jamaica are known for exactly that - here you are meant to have fun. Music, water sports, beach sports, good food and good people. The mix is what makes these places so unique and the perfect travel place to have a good time.
Below are some of the Jamaican shores I believe that you may appreciate getting to know. I personally have visited them and instantly fell in love!
St. Elizabeth: Quite popular area for Jamaicans, located near the edge of
Gold Jamaican shore that is sanded.
Galleon Beach: mainly a fishing shore, where sea glass, stone and shell collectors may find things of interest. This beach is quite secluded and rather undeveloped. A bit rocky in places, but it is a long expanse of shore that is not bad for walking, gathering driftwood and shells. In the day there's waves by which you are able to surf.
Alligator Pond: Quite picturesque, although not much swimming, great sea food restaurants.
Gut River: Unspoilt and solitary, it is a truly charming place! Even though the sea is somewhat rough and rugged, it is possible to swim here.
Negril: One of the more famous beaches. A lot of music, places to stay, watersports, restaurants and pubs along the most energetic of Jamaican beaches. Plan to stay more than just a few days to get to know this place.
Frenchman's Cove: Powdery white sand, water that is incredibly blue, gets deep quite fast. A beach like in paradise.
St. Catherine Hellshire: Known for the seafood.
What are your favorite beaches in Jamaica?