Turquoise water, white powdered sugar sand: TUI choice TOP 5 of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica
By April 2020 at the latest, all eyes will be on Jamaica again. The new James Bond “No Time To Die” is coming to the cinemas. And, of course, it will play where it all started: in Jamaica. We are now taking you to the beautiful Caribbean island with a very special flair and will tell you which Jamaica beach you can dream of “007” at the best.
Which is the most beautiful Jamaica beach?
Of course, all beaches in Jamaica have what it takes to be a postcard motif, because the snow-white, fine-sand beaches are among the best in the world.
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Here are the TUI Choice TOP 5 most beautiful beaches in Jamaica
1. Negril Beach
A picture-perfect beach. The famous “Seven Mile Beach” is actually “only” 5.5 miles long, but it is probably one of the most beautiful beaches in the Caribbean . The finest white sandy beach awaits you at around 9 kilometres. And the sea shimmers particularly beautifully in all imaginable shades of blue. The range of loungers and parasols for sun worshippers and activities for water sports enthusiasts is correspondingly large. Restaurants and bars are lined up here. But even if you want a quieter, lonely place, you will find it if you walk a little down the beach. Admission to “Seven Mile Beach” is free, which is far from common on all Jamaican beaches.
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2. Doctor’s Cave Beach
Turquoise water, white powdered sugar sand and shady spots – the famous Doctor’s Cave Beach in Montego Bay is a must.
The crystal-clear water is known for its healing properties , so that the Doctor’s Cave Bathing Club opened here around 1906 and was reserved for exclusive guests only. There is no longer one, but there are many guests who visit the well-kept beach with the pleasantly quiet atmosphere (there is even a ban on radios and beach vendors). You have access to Doctor’s Cave Beach for a fee.
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3. Treasure Beach
Treasure Beach lives up to its name as a jewel on the south coast of Jamaica : here you will find peace and idyllic scenery.
The ten kilometre long Treasure Beach on the south coast of Jamaica is characterised by its rocky bays, its black sandy beach and secluded swimming spots. Above all, the authentic Jamaican atmosphere makes this beach a real treasure of the island.
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4. Frenchman’s Cove
Frenchman`s Cove – legendary, with high celebrity density and one of the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica . This is not only because it served as a film set for many Hollywood films, such as “Lord of the Flies”, but above all because of its exotic and unique location.
A shimmering emerald green river flows into the picturesque bay. All around it a lot of opulent jungle green and a brilliant white sand like you couldn’t imagine more beautiful. Plus lots of palm trees that provide shade.
The bay is small, but not overcrowded, especially on weekdays, since it is relatively away from the tourist centres. For Frenchman’s Cove you pay US 10 (€ 8) entry per person.
► Frenchman`s Cove is one of the top 10 sights in Jamaica.
5. James Bond Beach
At the latest now, the hearts of Bond fans will beat faster, because here James Bond was virtually “born” . Author Ian Fleming wrote the famous James Bond novels on his property “GoldenEye”, which is located opposite James Bond Beach.
This Jamaica beach is located on the north coast, in the Bay of Oracabessa, about 16 kilometres from Ocho Rios, surrounded by lush tropical forest and with a view of the Blue Mountains. A breathtaking backdrop. Here you also pay admission, but with a cocktail in your hand at sunset you can feel a bit like “007”.
Located just 20 minutes from the hustle and bustle of Ocho Rios, James Bond Beach is spectacular, beautiful beaches surrounded by crystal clear water on three sides and an amazing backdrop; the lush mountains of St Mary reaching straight down to the sea.
– This article was created with the kind support of Visit Jamaica. – from the TUI.com DE Blog