Best Beaches In Jamaica
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World renowned and adored, the beaches in Jamaica remains one of our most adored attraction.

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We have an amazing assortment of spectacular and world famous beaches, including some quite popular nude beaches as well.

We boast over two hundred miles of beaches. Of course, in that you have both good, better and some of the best- anywhere in the world!

Undoubtedly, one of the most popular of the beaches here in Jamaica has to be the 7 Miles Beach in Negril. Pure white sand beaches and spectacular views! Many dream to walk it!

And the most historic is the famous Doctor's Cave Beach, right here in Montego Bay.

What about the rest? Well we have lots of them.

From word of mouth and my personal experiences, the following are my top ten (10) beaches in Jamaica.

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Top Jamaican Beaches

  1. Negril 7 Miles Beach (Negril, Westmoreland)
  2. Doctor's Cave Beach (Montego Bay, St. James)
  3. Puerto Seco Beach (Discovery Bay, St. Ann)
  4. AquaSol Beach (Montego Bay, St.James)
  5. San San Beach (Port Antonio, Portland)
  6. Dunn River (The falls runs right into it!)
  7. Bluefields Beach (Bluefields, Westmoreland)
  8. Cornwall Beach (Montego Bay, St. James)
  9. Prospect Beach (St. Thomas) &
  10. James Bond Beach (St. Mary)

In Oracabessa, St. Mary, lies the admired James Bond Beach. This is the estate of the late Ian Flemming, the writer of OO7.

Still, there are many other smaller beaches that, in my opinion, are just as great, albeit not as famous.

Most, if not all of our beaches are condusive to all the exciting watersports activities, and there are usually ample drinks and food right there from the restaurants and Beach Bars!

However, many of Jamaica's beaches are now owned by the resort operators, but still there are many terrific beaches, including Bluefields Beach- my community beach, that are still public!

The public beaches, especially those that are well equipped and maintained, have a steady number of visitors throughout the year-especially on public holidays.

I try not to go the beach on holidays, they are just too congested. Many though, including some of my family members, love it at that time.

A word of caution for you: While some of the resort-owned beaches are clothing-optional, the public beaches are not.

There is also the little Sunset beach - the one we frequent on Sunday mornings, that I did not list. It is right across from the Sandals Inn/Carlyle hotel and is quite cozy.

Below are a few pictures of some of the beaches I mentioned above. Enjoy!

Pictures Of Jamaica's Beaches

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Cornwall Beach in Montego Bay

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Bluefields Beach Jamaica

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Negril Beach Family Photo

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A Remote Beach in Coral Gardens, Jamaica

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View Of Negril Beach From Sandy Haven Hotel

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Sunset From Bluefields Beach, Westmoreland

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