Top ChoiceHistoric Building in Galina Point & Little Bay


Set amid wide lawns high atop a hill 5km east of Oracabessa and 5km west of Port Maria, Firefly was the home of Sir Noël Coward, the English playwright, songwriter, actor and wit, who was preceded at this site by...

Plantation in Reggae Beach to Boscobel Beach

Yaaman Adventure Park

Formerly the more sedately named Prospect Plantation, this beautiful old hilltop great house and 405-hectare property has rebranded as an active adventure park. Get off-road in the 'wet & dirty' buggy ride....

Beach in Reggae Beach to Boscobel Beach

Bamboo Beach Club

This clean yellow-sand beach is hustler-free and popular with tourists only, due to the high admission price. Locals still call it by its old name, Reggae Beach. Kayaks are available for rent, there are changing...

Beach in Oracabessa

James Bond Beach

This attractive strip of white sand is pretty quiet during the week but livens up on weekends. If you want to enjoy more than just the beach, hire Jet Skis or take a boat trip along the coast. A small bar and...

Historic Site in Reggae Beach to Boscobel Beach

Rio Nuevo Battle Site

On the bluff west of the Rio Nuevo river mouth is this little-visited site where, in 1658, the English forces fought their decisive battle against the Spanish, sending them fleeing to Cuba. A plaque here records...

Plantation in Oracabessa

Sun Valley Plantation

This working plantation and botanical farm is at Crescent on the B13, some 5km south of Oracabessa. It offers enjoyable garden tours in a plantation setting, which teaches visitors about banana and sugarcane –...

Plantation in Port Maria

Brimmer Hall

This 809-hectare working plantation, near Bailey’s Vale, 10km southwest of Port Maria, grows bananas, coconuts, sugarcane, pineapple and citrus for export. It’s centered on a wooden great house dating back to the...

Beach in Reggae Beach to Boscobel Beach

Jamaica Beach

Between Tower Isle and Rio Nuevo is this boat-accessible spot renowned for its dive sites offshore. The offshore reef, known as the Rio Nuevo Wall, supports turtles, barracuda and other marine life.