Seven Mile Beach

Duration: All Day

Main Attraction: Beach, Swimming

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Among the most beautiful beaches in Jamaica, Seven Mile beach is a shining star.

Powdery white sand, crystal clear water and loads of watersports set the tone for an experience at Seven Mile Beach which has skyrocketed in popularity over the years. The beach is near Norman Manley Boulevard in Negril, which is a relatively small town with a population of just over 3,000 people. Considered a legendary beach for experienced beach hoppers, Seven Mile Beach consists of a long four-mile stretch, while the other three miles extends into Bloody Bay.

Seven Mile Beach has a history of pirates. In fact, it was once said to have been ruled by a broad of unruly pirates, but those days are long gone. Nowadays, Seven Mile Beach is famous for something else in entirety, and that is relaxing on pristine shores on one of the best beaches in the Caribbean.

Some days you’ll find a larger crowd than others, but mostly the size of the beach accommodates in a way that you won’t have to be stepping over people just to find a good spot. A good place to set up by Seven Mile Beach standards is somewhere you’ll be able to take in the views of the surrounding cliffs, feel the ambiance of a real like postcard worthy beach complete with swaying palm trees, and perhaps even catch a glimpse of the mysterious lighthouse. Many people love this beach because of how far the sand seems to stretch out, beckoning you to explore more of this all-natural territory which is uniquely Jamaican.