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. The sheer length of it is good for lengthy walks on the shore, combing for shells or maybe interesting little sea critters.
Positioned on the eastern outskirts of Saint Mary Parish, 2.1 miles northwest of Buff Bay, Windsor Castle Beach is on the East edge of Jamaica. You might think about stopping by even if you aren't staying very close. There are plenty of advantages to visiting a beach that isn't packed full of hotel guests; relatively untouched parts of the coast like Windsor Castle Beach might not be typical "beach scenes", but are nice and private.
Please note that public restrooms are not available, which is something to consider if you plan to spend a full day in the sun. You'll find the waters off-shore to be clear and good for snorkeling, so grab some equipment if you're wanting to check out the underwater sites.
If you find that you enjoy beaches which grant an idyllic environment, then maybe head on over to Windsor Castle Beach; it's back within a more natural section of Jamaica.
This beach is positioned on Jamaica's East coast. Nearby you'll find accommodations like Robin's Bay Village and Beach Resort, it can be found nine and a half miles away, and is perhaps the closest hotel reachable from Windsor Castle Beach, though you may not find too many other popular spots in the area.
If you're interested in mixing a little culture with your trip to the beach, you might want to consider visiting Bob Marley Museum. This museum is located some ways off, but, if you've got a car, it's not a bad trip away, so it would be an easy side trip to take after some time in the sun.
Beaches are a great attraction to visit, but there's plenty else to see during your stay. The following table contains attractions that are the closest.
|Brimmer Hall Estate||Historical Site||15.1||WNW||Jamaica|
|Constant Spring Golf Club||Golf Course||15.9||SSW||Jamaica|
The closest part in Jamaica to Windsor Castle Beach is. This friendly part of Jamaica is just a half mile from the shore, so you needn't use up an entire day here. It's important to note that this part of Jamaica is a fairly rural area, but it will be a pleasant day trip for visitors looking to check out the local scene.
The popularity of this spot on any given day can vary, depending on when you visit, and how full nearby hotel rooms are. Windsor Castle Beach is not near very many major hotels, but it's often visited by guests staying at the few small lodgings in the area.
You might not run into any places to grab a bit to eat surrounding this coast, so you might want to plan a picnic if you want to fully enjoy your day in the sun.
Needless to say, Windsor Castle Beach isn't the only beach worth visitng in Jamaica.
Travelers who like this beach might also enjoy Buff Bay, located just a little ways away. If you're looking for a more active beach scene, you might enjoy people watching at Palmetto Bay. It's found a mile and a half to the west-northwest.
You might also want to visit Annotto Bay, which is located just a cab ride away.
Maybe Windsor Castle Beach is a perfect spot for you to kick back, and at the same time perhaps not the the ideal fit; in which case there are other beaches (and other outdoor attractions) worth trying.
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