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by Sheree-Anita Shearer | Associate Writer
Seven Mile Beach Negril is one of the most famed strips of beach in the world and definitely in Jamaica. There are many restaurants, attractions and accommodations located on the beach so you can eat, play and sleep all along the same powdery white sands with the bluest of blues in the Caribbean Sea.
The beach is located along Norman Manley Boulevard. The location which was once riddled with pirates, now only has visitors and locals wishing to enjoy the scenery and the activities available on the beach.
There are many resorts and restaurants along the strip of beach, which I would call “paid beaches” although the price you pay is not exclusively to use the beach. However, there are quite a few completely free sections of the beach that you can enjoy at your leisure.
There are usually restaurants along these beaches however, bathroom facilities are not always provided. Also, if you are interested in water sports activities whether motorised or otherwise, you will have to provide your gear.
It is illegal to be publicly naked in Jamaica, so being nude on the free parts of the beach is completely out of the question. However, there are quite a few clothing-optional resorts, along Seven Mile Beach and especially stretching into Bloody Bay. As long as you are within the confines of these resorts, you can be nude to some degree.
Hedonism II and Grand Lido are 10 minutes drive from Seven Mile Beach so you could stay there and still enjoy the beach if clothing-optional accommodations are an important part of your ideal vacation.
The degree of nudity varies by resort, and some have designated areas where nudity is or isn’t allowed.
Yes, it is. Negril is a generally safe town. However, if you have any doubts or would just prefer some level of security, there are resort police officers and security guards who patrol the area.
Yes, it is. places, especially paid beaches have lifeguards on duty who are looking out for your safety while enjoying the water.
It won’t be possible to walk the entire beach. Bear in mind it is not all owned by the same person, each restaurant, hotel or attraction has its admission fees and walking Seven Mile in tropical weather, without the proper gear is not advised. Just pick the places you would like to visit during your trip and then set out for your day of fun.
Yes, parties are held on the beaches quite often. I would advise going to parties on the private properties instead of public or free beaches as they are sometimes held without the correct permits.
At the very least 5 hours would allow you to see two or three of the places you would love to visit. You won’t be able to see, taste and enjoy it all on one trip so be prepared to come back many times.
There is a lot to be explored on Seven Mile Beach in Negril, Jamaica. With delicious food, breathtaking sunsets, varying types of accommodations and lots of water-based activities, Seven Mile Beach leaves nothing to be desired.
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