Port Antonio, and especially San San is close to the main attractions, like world-famous Blue Lagoon, Frenchman's Cove, San San Beach,  Boston Beach, Long Bay and Winnifred Beach.

  • Blue Lagoon Open or Close

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    With glistening, turquoise blue waters surrounded by lush greenery, Blue Lagoon is a vision of beauty.

    The water in Blue Lagoon is a mix of fresh water and salt water, as the lagoon is open to the sea and fed by freshwater springs.

    If you decide to take a dip in the lagoon, you’ll notice the alternating temperatures (the warmth of the Caribbean Sea and the icy cold waters of the underground streams), which is quite an experience...

  • Frenchman's Cove Open or Close

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    Is a beautiful beach where the river flows right into the ocean. There are swings all along the river bank that look just like a postcard.

    The beach really is gorgeous, there are all amenities on site, a small restaurant as well and wild mango threes around the place.

    Access to the private beach at Frenchman’s Cove can be accessed for a small fee of per day.

  • San San Beach Open or Close

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    San San is perfect for swimming and snorkelling, the water is warm and shallow and you can swim to the tiny offshore islet Pellew Island.

    The beach has lifeguards, showers, and a picnic area with grills. In winter, waves washing ashore make this one of the best places along the northeast coast for windsurfing.

    There is an entrance fee for visitors to use this beach. It is open 10 am to 4 pm daily.

  • Boston Beach Open or Close

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    Boston Beach is one of the country's favorite waterfront spots, famous throughout Jamaica (and elsewhere in the world) as being the birthplace of Jerk food.

    Nowadays, the beach at Boston Bay and the surrounding roads are lined with jerk stalls.

    Boston Bay is also a well known surfing spot (some would say the best in Jamaica).

  • Long Bay Open or Close

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    This rural, unspoiled Jamaican village sits at the foot of the John Crow Mountains where the rain forest grows right to the sea in some places.

    The beach is one of the loveliest in all of Jamaica, a mile long with a handful of cottages.

    It offers a variety of swimming experiences from fairly heavy surf to gentle pools safe for young children.

  • Winnifred Beach Open or Close

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    Winnifred Beach is one of the most appealing beaches in all of Jamaica. Located in the Fairy Hill community, Winnifred Beach is home to a delightful reef just offshore that’s not only perfect for snorkeling, but for its clear, calm, bright-blue water.
    Winnifred is the local beach ment for everybody to enjoy witch means its free of charge but to support the community that entertain it, they ask for a little donation at the entrence. Small local shops and restaurants that offers catch of the day are located around the beach.