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We went to this beach for the first time during our family vacation. We usually go to tourist area beaches , but this was a hidden gem. Quiet and no one else there we loved it. They sell food and drinks there , but it...More
your holiday starts when you walk into Lashings ...you get a peaceful feeling from the decor that is minimalist and cheerful..David and Lisa make you feel at home the food is delicious and the atmosphere is unique..we loved every minute
The vibe in Treasure Beach is different to every other place in Jamaica. Rustic and laid back, with artsy offerings in hotels and guest houses, it does not have the hustle and bustle of MOntego Bay, or the hustlers either. Treasure Beach has a unique...More
Good friends who winter-over each year chose this area because of its (mostly) unspoiled beauty, the friendly locals, and the great food. Life here is peaceful and serene throughout the day; evenings can get very lively at the local watering holes which often feature live...More
Jamaican people love this beach area on the South Coast. It is nothing fancy, but some of the best seafood restaurants on the island are located there. The views of the coast line are breathtaking. It is a working beach. Fishermen depart from this beach...More
We have been going to Treasure Beach for 12 years now. We love it so much we have built a second home there! Laid back fishing village, friendly faces. It is safe at night too. Treasure Beach is nearly 2hrs from Montego Bay so if...More
Thanks good this place is remote enough to having only few people getting there.
Here you find not only the freshest fruits and vegetables sold directly from producers but also deserted beaches, hideaways and little shops, restaurants and most amazing people in entire Jamaica.
You just got to love where there is "no problems mon". That's the most apt way to describe this gem on the southwest coast of Jamaica. Far enough to be away from all the hustle and bustle...but near enough for a quick get away. We...More