Treasure Beach & Around attractions

Viewpoint in Treasure Beach & Around

Lovers' Leap

Lover’s Leap, a headland 1.5km southeast of Southfield, is named for two young slaves who supposedly committed suicide here in 1747. Legend says the woman was lusted after by her owner, who arranged for her lover to…
Museum in Treasure Beach

Natural History Museum

This little museum, around 3km west of Billy's Bay, is a labor of love. Concerned locals aim to educate the general public about the plight of the critically endagered hawksbill turtles that nest on neighboring beac…
Beach in Treasure Beach

Fishermen's Beach

This is the most centrally located beach, running east from the Treasure Beach Hotel as far as Jack Sprat Beach. It is watched over by a landmark buttonwood tree that has long attracted the attention of poets, paint…
Beach in Treasure Beach

Jack Sprat Beach

At the western edge of Jake’s Hotel, brightly painted wooden fishing boats are pulled up on the sand, and there is invariably a fisher or two on hand tending the nets. Good for swimming, as it's somewhat sheltered.
Beach in Treasure Beach

Old Wharf Beach

This pristine brown-sand beach is the least visited of the Treasure Beach bunch. It's just east of Taino Cove, and OK for swimming as long as the sea isn't too rough.
Beach in Treasure Beach

Great Bay Beach

All the way at the eastern ‘bottom’ of Treasure Beach; this is its least developed portion, where the main business remains a Fishermen’s Co-op building. There are a couple of beachside shacks serving beer and cooki…
Beach in Treasure Beach

Calabash Bay Beach

The long, narrow arc of Calabash Bay Beach has a few beach shacks plying rum and – if you're lucky – some basic potluck cuisine (fish, mainly). Swimming is possible but can be choppy.