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Treasure Beach

Enjoy the six- mile stretch of coves and bays at Treasure beach found in Saint Ann’s. Treasure beach is the name given to four different coves and bays which are isolated from the busy tourist areas and are preferred by tourist seeking a very quiet yet relaxing ambiance. Billy's Bay, Frenchman's Bay, Calabash Bay and Great Pedro Bay are the names of the bay and coves which all make up the eco-tourism community based area. Here, great attention is given to sustainability in local developments therefore jet skis and another harmful water based activities are not permitted. Calabash Bay is where you can find the brightly painted canoes where friendly fishermen dock and unload their freshly caught fish.

Things to Do

While in Treasure Beach, the sandy and rocky shorelines are suitable for swimming in the secluded swimming spots, snorkelling within the picturesque waters, biking, hiking and even bodysurfing. You may also enjoy the day trips where you’re given an opportunity to explore and site see the beautiful surroundings at Treasure Beach. So why not embrace the opportunity to be educated on the island’s rich culture and vibrant history?

What to Eat

While at Treasure Beach, tourists often visit the beachfront cafes and patiently wait to enjoy the freshly caught fish, seasoned and prepared to excellence with local spices alongside ground provisions.
Also try other unique Jamaican dishes such as curried goat, jerked meat and pumpkin soup which are available from the roadside stands at Treasure Beach. And of course, a cold Red Stripe beer is recommended to help mellow out the experience of your vacation while kicking back in the sun.

Where to Go

Treasure Beach Triathlon

Travel to Treasure Beach in the month of April and engage in The Treasure Beach Triathlon. This annually held event is preferred by those persons seeking an effective fitness challenge. This event has been recognized by Triathlete Magazine and has been voted “Top Five Off-Road Races in the World”. The event has been noticed as the Caribbean’s longest running off road triathlon which features 7k run, 500m ocean swim and a 24 rugged bike ride. The kiddies can also participate in the “Likkle Jakes” children’s race which is usually held after the main activities.