Fishermen’s Beach

Ocho Rios

Immediately west of Island Village Beach is the tiny public Fishermen’s Beach, with colorful fishing boats and several eateries serving fresh fish and more. It's not obvious where the sand is when you first enter due to the fancy new redevelopment of the restaurant units, but push through and the old boats are still on the beach and there are cheap eats on a boardwalk as well as the fancier joints overlooking the sea from upstairs.

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1. Island Village Beach


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4. Ocho Rios Bay Beach

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5. Konoko Falls & Botanic Garden

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7. Clock Tower

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8. Mahogany Beach

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