Top ChoiceArts & Crafts in Bluefields & Belmont

Studio Black

Warning: don't walk past this artistically attired Rasta shack that's been defying hurricanes, dodgy drivers and all else in Belmont since 1977; it's simply too good to miss. Run by amiable local artist, Jah...

Seafood in Whitehouse

Pelican Lookout

This beachside shack boasts effortless authenticity hipsters would kill for. Perch at one of the brightly painted picnic tables overlooking the fishing boats, and tuck into some brown stew snapper, escoveitch...

Seafood in Whitehouse & Around

Scott's Cove

About 4km southeast of Whitehouse, the A2 sweeps around this deep little inlet. Anyone with taste buds in western Jamaica will tell you that this is the best place on the island to buy fried snapper and bammy...

International in Bluefields & Belmont

Cracked Conch

With the smart tables on its terrace overlooking the sea, this is Belmont's fanciest dining option. The menu is a happy marriage of grilled lobster, catch-of-the-day and pasta dishes, with a supporting cast of...

Beach in Bluefields & Belmont

Belmont Beach

There are actually two small Belmont Beaches, but one is too rocky to relax on and the other is a major mooring point for fishing boats. That said, if the day is clear, the water will be as well, so you can swim...

Jamaican in Bluefields & Belmont

Natural Vibz

Shaded by a large tree, this cheerfully ramshackle joint is the best place in Belmont for some no-nonsense Jamaican food: heaped plates of ackee and saltfish with boiled banana, grilled seafood and fresh fruit...

Monument in Bluefields & Belmont

Peter Tosh Monument

Many monuments make a political statement, and the memorial to reggae superstar Peter Tosh, just off the beach road in Belmont, is no exception. And the cause here is, as Tosh once sang, to ‘legalize it.’ This is...

Historic Site in Bluefields & Belmont

Bluefields Great House

Philip Gosse was one of the great polymaths of his time: the man who both popularized the aquarium and modified its design, and illustrator of gorgeously detailed renditions of Jamaican birdlife. His old home,...

Beach in Bluefields & Belmont

Bluefields Beach Park

Well signed from the Winston Jones Hwy (A2), this beach is a narrow stretch of pale sand, as beautiful as it is ignored by foreign tourists (although it’s quite popular with locals on weekends). During the early...

Jamaican in Bluefields & Belmont

Prince's Bar & Restaurant

This colourful Rasta shack, right by the turnoff to the Peter Tosh memorial, is run by Tosh's nephew Kenial, who may well invite you to share some Red Stripes. Jamaican standards such as curried conch and fried...