Frenchman’s Cove has one of the most beautiful private beaches in

the world where the river flows right into the ocean.

Picture postcard perfect, travellers spend time relaxing on the soft, sandy, golden beach, swimming in the calm azure blue waters or catching the sea salt spray on one of the swings set along the river bank, lined with wild mango trees.

Soak up the splendour and spend the day with us with one of our Beach Pass options for a truly relaxing experience.

Private Beach in Frenchman’s Cove, Port Antonio, Jamaica

During the 1960’s, Port Antonio became the mecca of the jet set. Billionaire Garfield Weston (whose empire included Fortnum and Mason and Selfridges in London) built a sumptuous hotel, rumoured to be the most expensive in the world. It was comprised of 18 luxury villas shrouded by discreet shrubbery and scattered over the headlands on both sides of the river, beach and bay. This is a beautiful beach where the river flows right into the ocean. There are swings all along the river bank that look just like a postcard. The beach really is gorgeous, there are all amenities on site, a small restaurant as well and wild mango threes around the place.

Beach Access:

For guests who are not staying on the resort a fee is payable for access to the private beach.

Click here to book your tickets: Adults – $10 USD per day / Children – $5 USD per day.

Beach Menu:

Please find our beach menu here.

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Frenchman’s Cove

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The beach at Frenchman’s Cove is one of Jamaica’s most beautiful places. Surrounded on both sides by vegetated rocky cliffs, the stunning contrast between the green forests and cerulean sky and ocean make this place truly special. The filmsLord Of The Flies and Knight And Day were filmed on the beach, showcasing both the beauty and wildness of the area. It is located on the eastern side of the island in Portland parish, far from the busy tourist towns like Ocho Rios and Montego Bay. While you’re nearby, make sure to check out Blue Lagoon, another of Jamaica’s most beautiful spots.

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