1 | Crusoe's Beach
Enjoy a day in a world all your own on Crusoe's Beach, a secluded haven on the Navy Island Beaches off Jamaica. Here no one will bother you as you take over your own private beach and take in the serene effects of relaxing in ultimate isolation on this beautiful Caribbean beach.
This beach can be found on the western outskirts of Port Antonio, a short distance away to the west-northwest of Port Antonio.
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1 | Navy Island
Navy Island Beach is set on the 64 acre island, which is located off the coast of Port Antonio. Although there are no open facilities or public ferries that currently run to the island, a private boat can be hired to take you on an adventure to this secluded beach.
Travel north for a short distance away from Port Antonio to reach this beach.
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1 | Folly Ruins Beach
This beach sits next to the ruins of an old mansion, built in 1905 and now crumbling away. These are the "Folly Ruins" that the beach takes its name from.
This beach is located only 0.9 miles (1.4 km) from Port Antonio.
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1 | Errol Flynn Marina Beach
A small and gorgeous stretch of sand right near the marina, this quiet spot is a place for visitors to come for a bit of solitude as they take in the peaceful surroundings.
When coming from the center of Port Antonio, go a couple hundred yards (a few hundred meters) to the north-northwest to reach this beach.
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1 | Blue Lagoon
Legend has it that a dragon resides in the bottomless Blue Lagoon, yet still visitors flock to the lagoon each day to experience the breath taking lagoon that was made famous around the world by Jacques Cousteau and Brooke Shields.
You will be able to find this beach toward the middle of Port Antonio, only 0.5 miles (0.9 km) from the center of Port Antonio.
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The interactive map above shows the location of 5 beaches in Port Antonio.
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