Shopping in Ocho Rios, Port Antonio & the North Coast

  • Shopping in Ocho Rios

    Island Village

    Since its 2002 opening, this self-contained entertainment park has changed the face of Ocho Rios. The 2-hectare development claims to resemble a ‘Jamaican coastal village.’ It doesn’t remotely, but you'll still find a peaceful beach, upscale craft shops, a cinema, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville bar, several cafes, and an amphitheater for live performances.

  • Shopping in Port Antonio

    Craft Village

    This wooden complex facing Fisherman's Beach on the main road has a series of small huts, each with craftspeople selling carved wood, jewelry, T-shirts and other tourist paraphernalia. There are a couple of good places to eat here as well, for post-shopping refreshments.

  • Shopping in Port Antonio

    Musgrave Market

    This fresh produce market is the best place to come if you're self-catering. There's a small craft section and a secondhand book stall with an eclectic range of titles.

  • Shopping in Ocho Rios

    Olde Craft Market

    This market features fair-quality ceramics and art, as well as the usual T-shirts with chirpy Jamaican slogans and Rasta tams with fake dreadlocks attached.

  • Shopping in Ocho Rios

    Vibes Music Shack

    All the sounds Jamaica can offer – reggae and dancehall CDs, as well as ska, mento and calypso.

  • Shopping in Ocho Rios

    Ocho Rios Craft Park

    Firmly aimed at cruise-ship souvenir needs, this open-air market will meet all your tacky T-shirt, batik, wooden sculpture and crafts-made-of-coconut-shells requirements.

  • Shopping in Port Antonio

    Portland Art Gallery

    A simple white clapboard gallery and studio run by Hopeton Cargill, a Port Antonio realist painter and ambassador for the local art scene.

  • Shopping in Ocho Rios

    Reggae Yard

    Reggae wear in Rastafari colors, Usain Bolt T-shirts, and a fair selection of reggae music.

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    Cigar World

    For Cuban and Dominican cigars, and other smoking paraphernalia.