1 | Rhodes Hall Beach
This small beach rests on Samuel's Bay National Marine Park and is flanked by huge, all inclusive resorts. They sit on the sidelines of the beach itself and don't subtract from its pristine beauty.
This beach can be found within traveling distance from Negril, two and a half miles (four kilometers) west of the center of Green Island.
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1 | Bloody Bay
Legend has it that Bloody Bay got its name after a particularly bloody pirate battle took place her, but today you'll find more tourists on these shores than buccaneers. Because a large number of resorts edge out the beach, many people believe that sections of the beach are owned by the resort that sits in front of it.
The center of Orange Bay is located three miles (four and a half kilometers) to the northeast of this beach.
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1 | Negril North Beach
Negril North is a relatively quiet stretch of sand in Negril. Visitors to this beach spend their time relaxing in the warm sand and swimming or snorkeling in the cool waters.
When coming from the center of Negril, go three quarters of a mile (one and a quarter kilometers) west-northwest to locate this beach.
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1 | Hi Lo Beach
Hi Lo Beach is located in Negril, nearby a commercial and resort area. Here, vacationers can spend their days lounging in the sand, catching a few rays, and stopping to dip their toes into the cool waters as often as they like.
Travelers can find this beach approximately three miles (approximately four and a half kilometers) south-southwest of the center of Negril Beach Hotel Zone.
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2 | Seven Mile Beach
The golden sands of Seven Mile Beach are located on the shores of Negril. Seven Mile Beach is a natural oasis and idyllic ocean front location.
Situated on the northern outskirts of Negril, this beach is located 0.4 miles (0.7 km) east-northeast of Hi Lo Beach.
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This interactive map displays the location of 5 beaches in Negril.
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