It probably goes without saying that there are no beaches within the Blue Mountains region. If you're looking forward to a day of sunning and swimming, your best bet is to head east where the beaches are secluded and the surf is calm.
You will discover a large selection of beaches to choose from, though they are all found in neighboring areas. Just click on each beach name for a detailed article concerning that part of the coast.
Orange Bay Beach West: There are two bays in Jamaica named Orange Bay. This one is in Negril near a crowding of resort properties, and the other -- Orange Bay Beach --- is in a little town of the same name.
A second alternative that beach-goers can consider is Windsor Castle Beach. The sand is gray on this beach and its a thin patch before it meets ocean on one side or trees and brush on the other. One of the best features of this beach is rocky formations by the shore that make for scenic and turbulent splashes of waves.
Hope Bay: Hope Bay is lined with tropical greenery which help to block out the cars driving by on the road that backs the beach. The sand is almost grey and leads to waters of a deep blue hue.
The beaches nearby are summarized right below.
|Buff Bay||Buff Bay||East|
|Golden Grove Beach||1.4 mi. East-Southeast of Central Iter Boreale||East|
|Hope Bay||0.1 mi. North of Central Hope Bay||East|
|Orange Bay Beach West||3.4 mi. East of Central Buff Bay||East|
|Palmetto Bay||1.5 mi. Northwest of Central Hart Hill||East|
|Spring Garden Beach||1.7 mi. East of Central Buff Bay||East|
|Windsor Castle Beach||2.1 mi. Northwest of Central Buff Bay||East|
Of course, you'll be able to find additional kinds attractions available. To get more information about other attractions, read this page.
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