Situated east of Montego Bay and formerly one of the busiest ports on Jamaica, Falmouth is a beautiful Georgian town. With its stunning beaches, wonderful wildlife and extraordinary lagoon, Falmouth has plenty of attractions for those in search of a more relaxed style of Jamaica holiday.
Nestled between the popular resorts of Negril and Montego Bay sits the quiet and peaceful town of Lucea. Built on a natural harbour overlooked by forest-covered mountains, you've got seclusion and relaxation at your fingertips. Still relatively undiscovered, here you'll enjoy the best in holidays to Jamaica – perfect white beaches, palm trees, and its familiar laid-back reggae beat, without the bustle of a large resort. Discover the real Jamaica at your own pace with this beautiful spot in the Caribbean, and you'll find a holiday of a lifetime.
Montego Bay is Jamaica's most famous area. You'll feel right at home in this lively spot filled with pristine white sandy beaches and a shimmering sea boasting coral reefs, as well as some of the best nightlife in Jamaica.
Negril is all about two words – beautiful beaches. Actually, beautiful doesn't even begin to describe Seven Mile Beach, one of the most gorgeous stretches of sand in the world. Add to this the resort's towering cliffs, coral reef excursions and Jamaican fare, and you've got yourself one serious stunner.
A fishing village turned holidaymakers' delight, Ocho Rios offers spotless beaches kissed by endless sunshine to those who visit during Jamaica holidays. Located on the north of the island, you'll get a good mix of natural splendour and modern amenities for both relaxation and activity. Delicious meals come with Jamaican hospitality at the highest level.
This tiny white sand bay nestled on the north coast of Jamaica is the perfect spot to get away from it all. With its laid–back vibe, boasting some of the quietest beaches on the island, spend glorious days bathing, reef diving or visiting nearby waterfalls, then nights sipping rum punch.
A laid-back Caribbean paradise with year-round great weather and amazing natural scenery, it's no wonder that holidays to Jamaica are becoming ever more popular. Trelawny is the perfect parish to visit, with its host of fabulous and not-too overcrowded beaches to explore. Enjoying a leisurely pace of life, some think of Trelawny as something of a time-warp location, with Georgian architecture and dusty roads all contributing to the charm and character of this sleepy region that is close to Montego Bay.